And here is the bad news! The South Korean tech giant has decided not to launch the new Samsung Galaxy Note series in 2021. It was during Samsung’s 52nd annual shareholder’s meeting DJ Koh, co-CEO of Samsung’s IT and Mobile Communications division, explicated that the company will not be able to release the new Galaxy Note 21 series.
The decision to skip the launch of new Samsung Galaxy Note series is affected by the shortage of chips and the clash with the existing products. To keep the fans happy, Koh clarified that the company is not done with Note series and will come up with Galaxy Note 22 series.
During the annual meeting, Koh explained, “Galaxy Note is an important product category to us that has been continuously loved by consumers for the past 10 years in the global market. The S Pen user experience is an area that Samsung’s mobile business has worked harder on than anybody else. Their launch timing may be different, but we will make sure we don’t let Galaxy consumers down.”
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New Samsung Galaxy Note Series launch date
Samsung is currently focusing on streamlining its lineup. Currently, there is a serious imbalance in semiconductors globally, thus causing a higher demand for chips as compared to the supply. Despite the scarcity, business leaders are making all efforts to solve these issues at the earliest. Samsung also wants to focus on manufacturing and releasing new products but because of the shortage, there may be a change in the launch date. The company, however, plans to get on track by next year.
Samsung recently launch Galaxy A series of smartphones at present during the Galaxy Awesome Unpacked 2021 occasion. The occasion was live-streamed on the corporate’s YouTube channel as well as on the official website. The company launched Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 with stereo speakers along with Dolby Atmos improvements.
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