The Samsung Galaxy Note series may also be discontinued in 2021. The past few years have seen it become more closely related to the Galaxy S family, and a new hint indicates that Samsung Galaxy S21 It would be compatible with the company’s pen technology – the S Pen – which makes me wonder why the company intends to manufacture Note 21 Absolutely.
According to the head of Samsung’s mobile communications company, RohTM, The company was “We look at people’s favorite aspects of the Galaxy Note experience and we are excited to add some of its favorite features to other devices in our collection.”
This does not explicitly confirm that the Galaxy S21 series will be compatible with the S Pen, but it strongly indicates that. The S Pen is the main distinguishing factor of the note, and that too matches a variety of other rumors we’ve heard.
In a way, it makes sense to consider that Samsung was already rumored to be killing the Galaxy Note series. The S Pen is that distinctive feature of mobile phones, and leaks indicate that it will be included as an addition to devices such as the folding in the future, such as Galaxy Z Fold 3, As well as the Galaxy S flagship line.
Why does it persist?
This week, separately from this comment directly from Samsung, a company official suggested, albeit anonymously – contrary to some previous rumors – that the Galaxy Note 21 is still happening.
In an interview with Yonhap News (South Korean News Agency) “We are preparing to launch the Galaxy Note series next year,” said a source who works for Samsung.
So what’s the defining feature of the Galaxy Note 21? If the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Fold 3 May support S Pen, so will Note 21 be unique as it has a stylus slot? That wouldn’t be reason enough to encourage people to buy it.
The Galaxy Note series used to be the big brother of the Galaxy S series. It comes later in the year with more impressive technology, the S Pen, and a bigger screen – until recently – for those who want the largest phone possible.
It can be said that the original Galaxy Note is the tiered device that saw the proliferation of large phones. She was instrumental in introducing the phrase “phablet” and was derided by some for its sheer size when it was announced in 2011.
But in 2020, the Galaxy S series features a device for those who want a huge screen.
Did not like Galaxy S20 Ultra As much as either Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20 Plus, This is mostly due to the fact that the price of the S20 Ultra was too high. But if you want to spend that, it does feature a 6.9-inch (same Galaxy Note 20 UltraIt is arguably a better overall offer.
There isn’t much in it, but the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s screen is a bit brighter and has a slightly higher resolution as well. So only the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with the S Pen is left to distinguish itself.
If Samsung continues its plans – and I can’t take a day off without breaking the new Galaxy S21 Ultra rumors – for a Galaxy S21 model with a massive screen and S Pen support, you can opt for it instead from the Note 21.
As we’ve seen consistently from Samsung, the lines between the Galaxy S series and the Galaxy Note are fading more than ever, and we may soon be at a point where it’s unclear why this second series even exists.
However, Samsung may have a completely game-changing moment with the Galaxy Note 21, by including new high-end features that none of us have seen. Hopefully this is the case, but for now it appears the Galaxy S21 Ultra has eaten a hunk of Note 21 pie.