After months of leaks and speculation, it’s official: Samsung Galaxy Note 21 . is set. This news is coming straight from TM Roh, president of Samsung and head of mobile communications, so it won’t be much more official than that.
Roh does not say exactly why the mobile phone has stopped working, but there are a number of possible reasons that we will go over below. This also isn’t necessarily the end of the Galaxy Note series – there’s reason to believe there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 22 next year.
And there will be some other S Pen-enabled Samsung phones that you’ll be able to buy before then. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Comes with stylus support, now there’s too Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Which also supports S Pen.
There are options, but below we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about why the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 has stopped working and what we can see from the Galaxy Note 22.
Samsung just revealed Galaxy Z Fold 3It is compatible with the company’s S Pen.
Samsung Galaxy Note 21: Fast Facts
- What is this? The successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20
- When will it be issued? Never – Mobile has been discontinued
Therefore, there will be no Samsung Galaxy Note 21
There are a number of potential reasons for the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 being discontinued, but one of them is that Samsung has too many advanced mobile phones planned for this year.
Earlier in 2021 (before the news was confirmed), the CEO of Samsung had already suggested that the company would not release any new Galaxy Note phone in 2021. DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung said: “It’s not that we won’t be launching new products. Times may vary, but next year we are preparing to continue that.”
He continued, “The Note series has been positioned as an advanced model in our portfolio. It can be difficult to file two major forms in one year, so it can be difficult to release a Note form within 2H. “
This suggests that we may see a new model 2022 (probably called the Samsung Galaxy Note 22). With the Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 all launched this year, Samsung probably felt there was no room for a new Note either.
It also appears that the constant lack of chipsets is a factor here, as there are actually not enough components for Samsung to be able to mass-produce the Galaxy Note 21 like all of these other mobile phones. The CEO of the company also mentioned it in the same comments and said: “The difference between the supply of spare parts and the demand for information technology (IT) is serious.”
Instead of the Galaxy Note 21, he owns Evan Blass (Leak with a good history) He said that the Galaxy S21 FE was positioned as a sequel to the Galaxy Note 20.
Leaks and rumors
Given that the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 won’t happen, we are now turning our attention to the Samsung Galaxy Note 22, which may be launched next year, but so far we don’t know anything about it.
However, the phone will certainly support – and come with – the S Pen, as it is the most important selling point of the range.
There are also likely to be several models, with the Samsung Galaxy Note Ultra or Plus likely to be released alongside the base model.
The range will likely also have a high-end spec, as US users will likely get the best Qualcomm chip at the time, and most other regions will likely get the best Samsung Exynos chipset.
We also heard that Samsung is preparing a camera built under the screen for its mobile phones, and it may appear in the upcoming Galaxy Note. in Korea Send company He filed a trademark request for an “under-board camera” or UPC, which made it look imminent and could debut on the Galaxy Note 22.
What we want to see
While we wait for more Samsung Galaxy Note 22 rumors to emerge, we’ve compiled a list of what we want to see.
1. Snapdragon for all models
Samsung usually uses different chipsets in its Note phones for different regions, the US is getting the Snapdragon, while Sweden and large parts of the world are getting the Exynos. The problem is that the two options differ a lot, so usually one mobile version is better than the other.
In recent years, they tend to be Snapdragon versions, so we want to see that all Samsung Galaxy Note 22 models will use the best Snapdragon chipsets available at the time of launch. We’d be happy if everyone used the Exynos chip – we mostly just want to see it the same.
2. Glass back
Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a glass back, the regular Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has only one plastic, which is surprising considering the cost of the phone.
So for the Samsung Galaxy Note 22, we would love to see all the models get a glass back or use some other premium material like metal. Just no plastic, please.
3. 120 Hz on all models with all resolutions
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 only has a 60Hz refresh rate, which is low for being a premium phone, and while the Note 20 Ultra bumps it up to 120Hz, the screen resolution drops in the process, so you have to choose between a higher refresh rate and a higher resolution.
With the latest Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, you don’t have to choose between resolution and refresh rate, so for the Samsung Galaxy Note 22 series we want to see that all models have a 120Hz refresh rate and that everyone should do it no matter what the settings are. The other screen you have.
4. Camera improvements
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a great mobile phone, the camera isn’t really among the best when it comes to low light, as the phone uses a soft texture to compensate for noise. This results in less detailed images than the latest mobiles from Apple and Google, so we’d love to see this improved on the Galaxy Note 22.
We also wouldn’t say no to more lenses – both Galaxy Note 20 models have a rear camera array of three cameras, while the standard in the top tier has started to move to four cameras.
5. Faster Shipping
The Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra both have 25W fast charging, which isn’t bad but it pales in comparison to the 65W fast charging you get. OnePlus 9Series. There are also rumors about it Xiaomi will release a 200W mobile phone in 2022.
It’s also oddly slower than the 45W charge it offers Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, so we want to see at least 45 watts in the Samsung Galaxy Note 22 series and preferably more.
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