Called Stop Production of the Galaxy Note, Samsung said – Lately there have been reports of pros and cons regarding the fate of the series Galaxy Note. This news is getting louder, see Samsung released the Galaxy S21 Ultra as the only Galaxy S series that has the S Pen.

However, Samsung has confirmed that the digital pen integration will be extended to more devices in the future.

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

It’s unclear whether we’ll see a successor to the Note 20 this year. A recent report said that Samsung might just launch the Galaxy Note 21 Ultra and that too without the usual fanfare.

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Leaked rumors Samsung Galaxy Note over. [Twitter]

Leaker Ice Universe’s most recent tweets suggest that the iconic Note series is over and there will be no Galaxy Note 21.

The display industry insider, Ross Young, also confirmed the rumors. He suggested that the Note 20 FE might still be on the card. The device has been implicitly confirmed by Samsung. After all,

Sales of the Note and S series seem to be disappointing in 2020 and the retirement of the first one could help Samsung increase sales of the Galaxy S21 series.

Regarding this, Samsungn also gave its response.

“We are committed to innovating in new mobile experiences that flow seamlessly and continuously wherever we go to make consumers’ lives easier and better,” wrote Samsung. Phonearena, Sunday (24/1/2021).

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To make that happen, Samsung made the bold decision to expand the S Pen experience as an option for the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Consumers can extend the S Pen experience on the S21 Ultra by drawing and describing their shareable moments.

“Galaxy S21 Ultra aims to provide the best premium smartphone experience without compromise, users can enjoy one of the most popular and preferred features of our Note category,” he added.

This doesn’t mean that Samsung isn’t committed to the Note category but is expanding the Note experience across device categories.

“To provide the best mobile experience to all consumers, we will actively listen to consumer input and reflect it in our continuous product innovation,” concluded Samsung.

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