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Samsung’s not killing the Galaxy Note, but don’t expect one this year




Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with S Pen

The click part doesn’t do anything other than to help you get the pen out of the phone.

  • According to DJ Koh, Samsung doesn’t completely kill the Galaxy Note line.
  • The company plans to launch a new notebook device in 2022.

Samsung won’t kill Galaxy note But this year, there will be no Galaxy Note 21 series. This is according to a new report citing Samsung’s IT and mobile head DJ Go.

As reported Digital daily (pass MySmartPrice) Ko mentioned at the general shareholders’ meeting in Korea that Samsung plans to release a new Galaxy Note model in 2022. Skipping release this year. Galaxy S21 UltraLaunch of. this is report From December when Samsung proposed to push forward a new note this year.

The suspicion that Samsung is killing the Note Line first appeared when the S21 Ultra debuted. Samsung’s current flagship is S pen — A feature unique to the Galaxy Note series before Given this, it seemed likely that Samsung would replace the Note series with the S-line as the only figure.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy Note series: a history of innovation

However, with postponing the next series of notes, Samsung will want to give the Ultra a chance to gain sales without being declining by its competitors. The continued semiconductor crisis is also weighing on Samsung’s heart. “In terms of information technology, the imbalance between supply and demand for parts is serious,” he said.

“Timings may be different,” Ko said without revealing when the new Note series phones will be released in 2022. The line traditionally debuts in the second half of Samsung’s H2 flagship. It is unclear whether or not to release a device that specifically covers the absence of the Galaxy Note this year.

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