Rumors that the South Korean company Samsung plans to bury the legendary Galaxy Note line have been circulating since last year. And, it seems, they were not groundless.
At a regular shareholder meeting, Samsung Electronics CEO Dong-jin Koh said his company has no plans to release new Galaxy Note devices in the second half of this year. But at the same time, he stressed that the manufacturer has not yet abandoned the Samsung Galaxy Note line. The statement of the head of Samsung does not mean that the company has no idea of continuing the popular series.
Note that with renewed vigor that the days of the Galaxy Note line are numbered, they started talking after Samsung announced the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It became the first member of the Galaxy S series to support the S Pen stylus, which was previously an exclusive feature of the Galaxy Note models. Rumor has it that Samsung will release several more S Pen models this year. Among them is the third-generation foldable smartphone Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, which, along with the Galaxy Z Flip 2, should debut in July this year.