Samsung has warned that it may not be able to launch a Galaxy Note phone in 2021, citing problems in launching two flagship phones within a year, in comments at its annual shareholders’ meeting. reported by Bloomberg.
‘[The] Note series is positioned as a top model in our business portfolio, ‘says DJ Koh, mobile chief. ‘It can be a burden to launch two flagship models in a year, so it can be difficult to release [a] Note model in 2H. The timing of [the] The introduction of the Note model can be changed, but we want to release a Note model next year. ”
The remarks come as Samsung raises alarm about a global shortage of semiconductors and says the business is likely to be affected next quarter. However, the potential delay or cancellation of a 2021 Galaxy Note is apparently separate; According to Kohberg, according to Bloomberg, it is more about its streamlining.
The release of a Galaxy Note this year was far from certain. Samsung has planned to bring its key pin feature to more phones in the Galaxy range, prompting speculation that the line may come to an end. However, a Yonhap report says that Samsung was still releasing a new Note phone in 2021.
Samsung declined to comment The edge about the existence of this device at the time, and reiterated its plans to ‘bring some of the most beloved features of the Galaxy Note to more device categories in 2021.’