Will Samsung Galaxy Note Series Show Up Next Year?

We found some leaks and observations from tech-knowledge about the Samsung Galaxy Note series discontinuation. But it now appears that they haven't been true. This year Samsung will not make more Note series devices but the existing devices will not be discontinued.

Yonhap News, Samsungs' news agency, has published a report according to which IT and moving communications boss DJ Koh from Samsung revealed the failure to launch new note handsets this year due to the company's difficulties in moving two flagship models with S pen support in the same year.

The firm is now working on a non-note, non-Note Galaxy S21 Ultra. In addition, rumors, Galaxy Z Fold 3 will also be provided with a digital pen. Due to the global chip lack, which is a serious challenge because of its effects on production, the launch of both devices is delayed.

DJ KOH also announced that the Note series would be returned next year but did not specify the timing. While foldable phones are a changeover to Samsung, Samsung should launch the Note Series at a later date to cover the decreasing market share given its negligible sales.

The South Korean giant has also faced a challenge in producing foldable devices. While the company has addressed numerous display problems, the capacity of those devices only needs to be expanded if the market for IT folding devices includes more components.

Finally, I think that the company has moved to Z fold to see if users like the Note series are also interested in this device. If its objective cannot be achieved, it will certainly move back to the Note series.

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