Samsung May Discontinue High-end Galaxy Note Smartphones

Joanna Estrada
December 1, 2020

News of the Galaxy Note Line's demise could be exaggerated or premature. Reports propose that Samsung plans to add uphold for the pointer to the replacement to the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

According to a news report on Sunday, Samsung has ordered digitizers for Galaxy S21, the core part of smartphone displays that enables the operation of the S Pen, from a Korean part manufacturer.

Over the years, the doomsday of the Galaxy Note has been predicted by prophets and analysts, but it has never happened, at least not yet.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 5G and Z Flip 5G are available in a pair of new colors in the USA starting today, the company has announced.

High-profile tipsters like Max Weinbach and Ice Universe, as well as smartphone-focused media outlets, have reported that there has been no information on the development of the Note 21 series, leading to speculation over the likelihood of Samsung decommissioning its phablet lineup.

The red Note 20 5G comes with a red S Pen, of course. It unofficially confirms the feature of Samsung's 2021 flagship coming in mid-January, or claims to be leaked.

The new Note 20 tone has been declared as gossipy tidbits keep on twirling that the reach may be ended one year from now.

This will at least give the company plenty of time to develop its true successor, the Galaxy Z Fold. Samsung has yet to figure out how much it will allow to use the slightly weaker flexible screen and stylus used for its foldable phones. Again, according to some rumors that remain as claims, we will see Galaxy Note 21 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 in June as the only variation.

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