The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to be available in January. This may be the brand’s first S series phone to support the S Pen stylus.
Recent reports also claim that the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which will be available in the second half of 2021, may be the first Fold series device equipped with S Pen.
These reports also indicate that Samsung may not launch Galaxy Note series phones next year, because the above devices will provide S Pen support.
A contradictory article published yesterday by the Korean publication “ET News” showed that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 21 next year.
Since the past few years, Samsung has been releasing two versions of its flagship S Pen-based Note series. However, citing the latest reports from industry sources, Samsung will only release one model of Galaxy Note21.
It is not clear yet, it is reported that the Galaxy Note 21, which will be launched next year, will be the last smartphone in the Note series.
The new report confirms the recent claim that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will have S Pen support. It is widely speculated that there will be a storage slot dedicated to the stylus on the Z Fold 3.
The South Korean tech giant seems to be planning to migrate its Note users to the Z Fold series. Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S21+ may not support S Pen stylus. Although it is reported that S21 Ultra will provide stylus support, it is unlikely to be equipped with a storage slot.
As Samsung is known for launching Note series phones in the second half of this year, it is recommended that you wait for more reports to learn more about Galaxy Note 21.