This year, Samsung skipped the Galaxy Note 21 series in favor of the Galaxy Z series. According to recent developments, Samsung did not renew the Galaxy Note trademark, so the chances of them releasing the Galaxy Note 22 are even thinner.
The Galaxy S and Galaxy Z series are among Samsung’s updated trademarks. Apparently, the trademark was renewed in August for the Galaxy smartphones that will likely appear next year. Samsung’s Galaxy S series is expected to return next year, with the S22 series rumored to feature RDNA 2 GPUs.
In addition, Samsung continues to market its Galaxy Z series aggressively. The company received preorders for the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 in South Korea alone during its first week of availability. At least from Samsung’s point of view, it appears that the Galaxy Z series has taken the place of the Galaxy Note series.
According to us, the Galaxy Note series’ omission from these new trademarks emphasizes this point. While Samsung has brought S Pen support to both the Galaxy Z fold 3 and the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the Galaxy Note series hasn’t been replaced entirely yet.
In contrast to the Galaxy Note series, neither of these devices support carrying an S Pen. The Galaxy Note series does not appear to be in Samsung’s plans for 2022. There won’t be a new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra anytime soon, so we doubt it will replace the current model.
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