The latest report came from South Korea that Samsung will do some genuine planning of its flagship devices.
This year with the S20 series, Samsung dispatched three models (Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra). Simultaneously, the Note20 surfaced with two devices earlier in August: the Samsung Galaxy Note20 and Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra.
As per the report from The Elec Korea, the Galaxy S20’s replacement alluded to the Galaxy S21 will boast an S Pen – however, only on the Galaxy S21 Ultra model. The S21 series is proceeding to launch in January from now.
The Galaxy S21 is purportedly codenamed “Unbound” with variations: M1, N2, and O3. The S Pen will clearly show up with the O3 model.
Yet, theories have emerged that Samsung would suspend the Galaxy Note and instead dispatch an S-Pen empowered Galaxy Z Fold 3. This could mean Samsung would ship the Galaxy S21 in H1 and new Z Fold/Z Flip phones in H2 of 2021.
With progressions in large-scale manufacturing of UTG (Ultra-Thin Glass), Samsung can build 600,000 folding screens for every month and plan the ultimate objective of 1 million folding screens each month before the year’s over.
Samsung probably won’t sell the same number of folding phones as it does with Notes; however, the high-net revenue of folding phones might balance the lower number of sales. The Galaxy S21 series could likewise get more deals.
As of now, Samsung has numerous flagship devices in the smartphone world, and narrowing the number to less devices is undoubtedly not an impractical notion.
What is your opinion about not holding Note phones anymore, and what’s your idea of a more costly Galaxy Z Fold 3 with S Pen upheld?
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