Galaxy Note20 FE may launch this year instead of the Note21

Joanna Estrada
January 24, 2021

Tipsters had been predicting that the S pen technology was being extended to other models, as plans are underfoot to replace the Note series with foldable phones of the Z series. "Samsung took select features of the Galaxy S20 series, such as the super smooth scrolling display, an AI-powered camera, advanced chipset, hyper-fast connectivity, all day battery1, expandable storage2, with a streamlined premium design, in order to create the all-new Galaxy S20 FE". Well, it remains to be seen if the company will launch the first device as the F62 as there is no E series for now.

Previously, it was reported that Samsung is expanding S Pen support to other phones to migrate existing Note users to the S and Z series.

This all points to the fact that the Galaxy Note's days are numbered. Indeed, the discontinuation may help firm up sales of the Galaxy S21 series.

It seems that the chaebol has made its up mind regarding the Note and its decision will not please die-hard Note fans. Venerated leaker Ice Universe's latest, not-so-cryptic tweet suggests that the iconic Note series has ended its run and there will be no Galaxy Note 21.

The famous analyst - and CEO of DSCC - has published a batch of predictions on Twitter regarding the Note lineup. Apparently, the sales of both the Note and S series were underwhelming a year ago and this was what led Samsung its drastic decision. Yonhap News reports that the mobile maker will launch a new device under the Galaxy Note series, namely Galaxy Note 21 in 2021.

Just to recap, the Fan Edition are the "affordable" variant of Samsung's flagship phones.

The recent insider information coming from Samsung indicates that indeed a decision has been reached to retire the Note series. Consumers can expand the S Pen experience on S21 Ultra by drawing and annotating their sharable moments. Some of the most frequently rumored smartphones re the Galaxy F62 or Galaxy E62 and Galaxy M02. An official of the company said that Samsung is expanding the Note series's features and experience on its other devices. "To provide the best mobile experience to all consumers, we will actively listen to consumers' feedback and reflect it in our continued product innovation". The device has already been confirmed implicitly by Samsung.

So, what do you make of this news?

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