It has been several years now since we hear of the disappearance of the Galaxy Note line from Samsung in favor of the Galaxy S on one side and the foldable Galaxy Z on the other. This Thursday, it was the Chinese leaker Ice Universe who delivered information that could go in this direction.
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Indeed, in a message posted on Twitter, the latter, generally well-informed about the products of the South Korean manufacturer, announced that the future Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra will be fully compatible with the S-Pen style of the brand.
Yes, I can 100% confirm that S21 Ultra supports S Pen
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) November 12, 2020
Concretely, this would mean that the Galaxy Note range would lose what was until now its originality. While the Galaxy S has the advantage of being Samsung’s first annual smartphone and optimizing technologies for photography, in particular, the Galaxy Note is used more focused on productivity, in particular through the integration of the S- stylus. Pen. However, for some time now, Samsung has reportedly considered offering its S-Pen on other devices. The first prototype of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 thus integrated the said stylus, although this idea did not go to the final product. In addition, Samsung launched at the beginning of the year a “Lite” version of its Galaxy Note 10 with a stylus.
An Integrated Or Simply Compatible Stylus?
So far this is only a leak and it is not yet clear how much prominence the S-Pen will be on Samsung’s next high-end smartphone. Although the device may be compatible with the stylus, there is no indication yet that it comes with it or that there is a place to store it. This could be a way for Samsung to make the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra compatible with the stylus for users who already have a Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, for example. A way to strengthen the constructor’s ecosystem.
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The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra could be announced not in February or March 2021 like the previous models in the Galaxy S line, but as early as January. By then, a lot of information about the Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, and S21 Ultra has already been leaked in recent months.