Samsung is expected to continue the Note line at least in 2021, before the death of this famous smartphone line. Recently, a leaker has posted information saying that the Samsung Galaxy Note 21 is being tested with the camera technology hidden under the screen.
The information comes from a leaker, Tron (@cozyplanes) and he said that the Galaxy Note 21 is being tested with two screen technologies, one is a conventional punch-hole display, and the other is a UDC (Under Display Camera) display with a hidden camera underneath.
However, the reason Samsung postpones the commercialization of the technology is that the cost and quality are considered to be inconsistent with Samsung’s standards.
However, with the Note 21 possibly the final product of the Note line, it is also possible that Samsung will leave a mark with this product and use the Note 21 to test the first smartphone with an under-screen camera. The brand is also one of the ways to make users remember this model more.
This year, Samsung released Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, which is equipped with 4500mAh, the largest of the Note series so far, and supports up to 25W fast charging. It is worth noting that Samsung’s first Note series was born in 2011, and it will be the 10th anniversary next year. Perhaps Samsung will take this opportunity to launch another commemorative Galaxy Note 21.
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