For many years, Samsung has released flagship Galaxy S smartphones at the beginning of each year, and new Galaxy Note smartphones came out in the second half of the year.
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At the 52nd meeting of shareholders in South Korea, Samsung Electronics CEO Dong-jin Koh announced that the company will not release new Galaxy Note devices this year. In doing so, he also confirmed that the company has not abandoned the Galaxy Note line.
In January, Samsung announced the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 +, and Galaxy S21 Ultra flagship phones, which became the first smartphone in the lineup to support the S Pen. Prior to the launch of the S21 Ultra, the S Pen remained an exclusive accessory for the Note line.
The upcoming foldable Galaxy Z Fold 3 is now expected to support the S Pen too. Rumors also claim that even mid-range Samsung phones may come with stylus support. Therefore, there were rumors that the company could completely discontinue the release of the Galaxy Note line.
However, Galaxy Note fans should be patient, as it looks like the new model will be released next year: “We are not abandoning the release of new Galaxy Note products. The schedule is changing, but next year we are preparing to continue the line. ” Says, Samsung.
According to the latest report, Olympus cameras will appear in Samsung’s future smartphones. The first could be the Samsung Galaxy S22 and 2nd will be Galaxy Note 21 or Galaxy Note 22. Samsung aims to dramatically improve the quality of cameras in its smartphones.
Yes, Sources say South Korean smartphone maker Samsung is in talks with Japanese camera maker Olympus on a collaboration that will allow Olympus to manufacture a camera module for future Samsung smartphones.
The partnership could lead to an Olympus camera as early as the Samsung Galaxy S22, which is expected to hit the market in the first quarter of 2022.