One of the big smartphone questions right now is whether or not there will be a Samsung Galaxy Note 21. The consensus from leakers seems to be that the range won’t be around much longer, but there’s some disagreement on whether we’ll at least see a Galaxy Note 21. The latest leak, though, suggests we won’t.
That’s according to three sources speaking to Reuters, who said that “at present” Samsung has no plans to launch a Galaxy Note phone in 2021. That wording leaves wiggle room for the plans to change, but they’re largely echoing what others have said.
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