Samsung officially revealed today that it will not bring another Galaxy Note device to the market this year, opting instead to introduce some of its features to more devices like the Galaxy Z Fold3.
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As rumors of the end of the Galaxy Note lineup have ramped up over the past few months, an analyst now believes we may see a more affordable edition of last year's flagship instead of a refresh.
While a handful of rumors and reports have hinted at the death of Samsung's Galaxy Note series, a representative of the company reportedly claims that a new iteration is coming next year.
A new report suggests that Samsung might indeed be retiring its Galaxy Note line of devices due to poor demand for high-end phones and increased focus on the development of foldable devices.
Samsung has seemingly "confirmed" that it is launching the Galaxy Z Fold3 in June next year. The device might come with an Under Display Camera and S Pen support and will replace the Galaxy Note21.
Samsung is reportedly not looking to launch the Galaxy Note21 series in 2021. With no information on its development, a new leak suggests the Note lineup may not get a new entry in 2021.