Every year, Samsung releases two flagship series: the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note. However, the company has confirmed that the Note device would not be released this year. The S Pen is a feature of the Note series. However, there have been rumors that the arrival of the Galaxy S21 Ultra with the S Pen signals the end of the Galaxy Note series. Nonetheless, reports of Samsung's Galaxy Note series have been contradictory. According to the latest reports, the Galaxy Note series will return next year.
According to Twitter user @FrontTron, Samsung is contemplating relaunching the Galaxy Note series next year. According to the report, the market reaction to the Galaxy S21 Ultra with S Pen has been negative. To justify the existence of the Galaxy Note 21, he also made a Samsung recruiting announcement.
Samsung will not release a new Galaxy Note flagship model in 2021, according to earlier SamMobile claims. SamsMobile, on the other hand, admits that the series was not fully cancelled. In 2022, a new generation of Samsung Galaxy Note will be released. Fans of the Galaxy Note should not expect any disappointments.
Samsung's Galaxy Note series' future is still up in the air. However, Samsung's choice to include S Pen functionality in the Galaxy S series is still up for debate. In the second half of the year, Samsung also debuted the Galaxy Z Fold series as its flagship.
This has led to predictions that Samsung's foldable phone series would eventually replace the Note. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 will, of course, support the S Pen, according to the newest rumors.
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