It seems that Samsung is not planning to launch the Galaxy Note 21 series

Samsung is sure to launch Galaxy S21 All three are inside In early January 2021, The company has no plans to take the beloved Galaxy Note series forward. With so many leaks, reports and rumors, there can be no one heir Galaxy Note 20 And this Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

Leicester Ice Universe Tweeted Says there is currently no information on its development Galaxy Note21 Series. Usually, such information is available six to eight months before launch. This could mean that Samsung will not launch the Galaxy Note 21 series next year.

Max Weinbach, who Specifications for the Galaxy S21 series have been leaked Yesterday, the Galaxy Note 21 and Galaxy Note 21 Ultra were not included Tweet It also listed all the flagship Samsung smartphones expected for next year. He says the South Korean technology company will launch the following flagship smartphones in 2021:

  1. Galaxy S21 FE
  2. Galaxy S21
  3. Galaxy S21 +
  4. Galaxy S21 Ultra
  5. Galaxy Z Fold3
  6. Galaxy Z Flip3
  7. Galaxy Z Fold FE

The Galaxy S21 Ultra Is expected Feature support for S Pen. It is rumored that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will also support Samsung’s stylus. All this leads to the possible end of the Galaxy Note series. It means putting an end to the Galaxy Note series Great things for S Penn, Streamline Samsung’s flagship smartphone lineup, and give the company more time to upgrade its software.

If you are a proud Galaxy Note series user, do you think Samsung will end its line of flagship smartphones equipped with stylus? Let us know your thoughts on it in the comments section below.

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