It is once again rumored that Samsung may stop production of the Galaxy Note series, so we may see the presence of the S Pen in the Galaxy S series and series Galaxy Z Fold next year.
Highlights of the article:
- Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is said to be launched with S Pen
- Samsung may end production of the Galaxy Note series
- Galaxy Note series may be replaced by Galaxy Z Fold series
The biggest difference between the Galaxy S series and the Note series was the S Pen. Without the S Pen, the Galaxy Note 20 series, for example, would be quite similar to the Galaxy S20 In terms of screen size, design and internal specifications.
The line between the two series has been blurred in recent years and it seems inevitable that the two overlap. This could happen in 2021 as a new report from South Korea indicates that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be launched with the S Pen.
According to the report, the S Pen could come to the Galaxy S series for the first time next year. The best device in the Galaxy S21 series will come with it, presumably called Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The report adds that the launch of the Galaxy Note 21 next year is unclear at the moment. It looks like Samsung may be looking to end the Note line and replace it with the Galaxy Z Fold series. Nothing is confirmed yet.
With foldable phones being Samsung's next major focus, it makes sense to prioritize the Galaxy Z Fold series. Currently, Samsung can produce 600,000 foldable screens per month. The company reportedly aims to increase that number to one million by the end of the year.
If this happened, it would certainly represent a revolution in the world of smart phones, because the Note series represents a special corner in the world of technology and an integral part of it, and if its production is stopped, it may mean that we will miss it a lot. All of this will become clear when we get to launch time Samsung Galaxy S21.