There have been so many news, reports and rumors suggesting that Samsung has abandoned the Galaxy Note lineup. But, new reports have suggested that the Korean Tech giant might still be bringing a new Galaxy Note flagship smartphones.

According to a Tweet by industry insider Ice Universe, Samsung may have already began work on new Galaxy Note flagship phones. He pointed to sources that showed evidence of an existing new Galaxy Note phone.

We still don’t know what the new Galaxy Note would be called, maybe Galaxy Note 21 or Note 22, but the fact is, the company has not completely abandon the Galaxy Note lineup – at least not yet.

The release of the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3 with support for S Pen makes releasing a Galaxy Note in 2021 pointless. Another reason might be the Global Chip shortage that affected lots of smartphone companies.

Samsung has not abandon the Galaxy Note lineup

According to Tech YouTuber Jimmy is Promo, the Galaxy Note series was never abandoned by Samsung. He implied that the company will instead release either the Galaxy S or Note series every year going forward.

Samsung CEO Koh Dong-jin had earlier said that the Galaxy Note series would be back in 2022. But the timeframe for launch could change from what we’ve seen in previous years.

Samsung Galaxy Note 21 render
Samsung Galaxy Note 21 render (image: Lets Go Digital)

Dutch outlet known as Lets Go Digital has confirmed that the current trademark for the Galaxy Note is still valid till April 2023. Which further suggests that Samsung can still make smartphones under the said lineup.

All these new reports suggests that Samsung has not abandoned the Galaxy Note lineup. But it also seems that company is more focused on the Galaxy Z Fold series. And the new Samsung foldable smartphones are best sellers in many regions.

What are your thoughts thought? Should Samsung abandon the Galaxy Note lineup or keep it alive? Let’s discuss in the comment section below.

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