Upcoming Samsung foldables will be more affordable
It sure looks like Samsung is killing the Galaxy Note
TM Roh also hinted at the discontinuation of the Galaxy Note line next summer. Samsung has been “paying attention to people’s favorite aspects of the Galaxy Note experience” and will be adding some of its “most well-loved features” to other devices.
That seems to suggest S Pen will be coming to some non-Note smartphones in 2021, which lines up perfectly with reports about S Pen on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Naturally, adding support for its popular stylus to other devices puts into question the Galaxy Note’s existence. Aside from the S Pen, each Galaxy Note flagship is virtually identical to the preceding Galaxy S model.
Farewell, Galaxy Note.
The January Galaxy S21 announcement is almost official
Lastly, let’s talk about Galaxy S21. TM Roh says he is excited to share more in January, which is presumably a reference to the yet-to-be-announced Galaxy S21 Unpacked event next month.
The company hasn’t confirmed any features yet, but TM Roh has told customers to be on the lookout for “super-intelligent, pro-grade camera and video capabilities” in 2021.
Samsung engineers are also working hard to expand on-device AI capabilities, which will allow phones to become smarter and ultimately lead to improvements in battery life and storage consumption, as well as the display.
Samsung Galaxy S21 series concept render