For years, Samsung has been following a dual flagship smartphone launch strategy. It launches the Galaxy S series in Q1 and the Galaxy Note series in Q3. This year, however, the South Korean firm will refrain from launching the Galaxy Note 21. Many rumors had claimed that the Galaxy Note series would be discontinued forever, but it looks like Samsung isn’t done with it yet due to an interesting reason.
According to a new set of rumors, Samsung’s little experiment of making the Galaxy S21 Ultra compatible with the S Pen didn’t work out as well as it had expected. The company had hoped that Galaxy Note series fans would simply buy the Galaxy S21 Ultra along with an S Pen and an S Pen-compatible case. From what it appears, the sales of the S Pen for the Galaxy S21 Ultra have been extremely low. Hence, the company could be thinking of bringing back the Galaxy Note series in 2022.