Samsung Called Ending Galaxy Note in 2021

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Jakarta, CNN Indonesia –

Samsung rumored to be halting production and updating of the Galaxy Note in 2021. The news has actually been circulating for a long time after Samsung was said to want to combine the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S in 2019.

Launch Phone Area, Samsung has a habit of releasing the S series in the first semester, then the Note series in the second semester. However, it seems that the South Korean company wants to reduce premium products so that it can sell the Galaxy Z foldable cellphone.

Twitter account @cozyplanes recently stated that the new Note will be released in September 2021, but the update is said to be the last. The launch was said to be with Z Fold 3 in one event.



The tweet, which was uploaded on November 24, was responded to by the chief analyst of the research institute DisplaySearch and DSCC, Ross Young. Young commented on the tweet with a gesture confirming that Samsung won’t be stopping the Note in 2021.

Although it is rumored to be going to stop the Note cellphone series, Samsung is expected to pass on the uniqueness of this device to other mobile series.

This was revealed by a trusted source who also revealed that the Z Fold 3 will be a product equipped with the S Pen stylus, a feature of the Note.

However, this news is still uncertain because Samsung has yet to provide any confirmation regarding the termination of the Galaxy Note series.

(kha / fea)

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