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Samsung Galaxy Note Series Said to Be Discontinued in 2021

Samsung Galaxy Note series is very popular among users, but now the company is going to close this series in the market. Instead, the company’s focus is to introduce the S pen to the market with a new series.

For quite some time, news has been coming out that Samsung is planning to discontinue its popular premium range Galaxy Note series. The company will close the series next year i.e. from 2021. The S pen or stylus, which is called the specialty of this series, can be seen in the Samsung Galaxy S21 series to be launched next year. The reason for the closure of the reported Galaxy Note series has also been clarified.

Samsung Galaxy Note Series

Reason for discontinuing Galaxy Note series

The report states that Samsung Electronics Company may discontinue its premium Galaxy Note phone next year. The company has taken this decision due to the drop in demand for high-end smartphones due to the coronavirus epidemic. However, no official announcement has been made on behalf of the company yet. It is also being said that the South Korean company has no plans to develop a new version of the Galaxy Note for the year 2021. In this case, it can be closed.

Samsung Galaxy Note Series

Galaxy S series will get S pen support

According to the report, Samsung is preparing to launch a new smartphone Galaxy S21 under its S series in the market next year and special thing is that users can get S pen support in this smartphone. Which till now was available only with the Galaxy Note series. But now the company is going to close the Galaxy Note but users will continue to get the experience of the S pen.

Galaxy Note series sales decline

Tom Kang, an analyst at research firm Counterpoint, says Samsung’s Galaxy Note sales are expected to decline by 8 million this year, while the Galaxy S series is expected to reduce sales by 5 million to less than 30 million. He said that the demand for the premium range has come down this year and many people are not looking for new products.

Samsung Galaxy Note Series

Tom Kang, an analyst at research firm Counterpoint, said sales of Samsung’s Note series are expected to fall by a fifth to 8 million this year while sales of the S series are likely to drop by 5 million to less than 30 million. “Premium demand has decreased this year and many people are not looking for new products,” he said.

The Galaxy Note 20 was launched in the United States this year with a $999 (roughly Rs. 73,400) price tag, on par with the Galaxy S20 while the iPhone 12 starts at $799 (roughly Rs. 58,700). Samsung first launched the Note in 2011, breaking new ground in the market for larger screen models and helping it overtake Apple to become the world’s largest smartphone maker for the first time that year.

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