Samsung has cautioned that it probably won’t have the option to transport a Galaxy Note phone in 2021 all things considered, refering to challenges in launching two flagship phones in a single year, in comments at its shareholders’ meeting provided details regarding by Bloomberg.
“[The] Note series is positioned as a high-end model in our business portfolio,” said mobile chief DJ Koh. “It could be a burden to unveil two flagship models in a year so it might be difficult to release [a] Note model in 2H. The timing of [the] Note model launch can be changed but we seek to release a Note model next year.”
The remarks came as Samsung sounded the caution about a global semiconductor lack, saying that its business will probably be influenced next quarter. The likely postponement or cancellation of a 2021 Galaxy Note is obviously separate, notwithstanding; Koh says it’s more regarding streamlining the lineup, as per Bloomberg.
The release of a Galaxy Note this year was at that point a long way from a sure thing. Samsung had demonstrated designs to bring its key stylus feature to more phones in the Galaxy lineup, starting speculation that the line may conclude. A Yonhap report, in any case, said that Samsung was all the while planning to release a new Note phone in 2021.
Samsung declined to comment to The Verge on the existence of this gadget at that point, repeating its plans to “bring some of the most beloved features of the Galaxy Note to more device categories in 2021.”