Samsung Galaxy Note 21 Not Coming, But The Note 21 FE May Launch

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 21 FE may launch, despite the fact the Galaxy Note 21 will not. This information comes from a well-known display analyst, Ross Young, who is usually spot on with his information.

Truth be said, he did not confirm that the Note 20 FE will launch, he said it may launch. He seems pretty confident the Note 21 is not in the books, though. That is in line with what a tipster reported yesterday.

The Galaxy Note 21 FE may launch, following the 2017 Galaxy Note FE

If the ‘Note FE’ branding sounds familiar, there’s a good reason for that. The Galaxy Note FE was announced back in 2017, and that is the only Note FE smartphone that launched.


Truth be said, it would be odd to see the Galaxy Note FE considering that the Note 21 won’t launch. Still, that device may be Samsung’s way of offering a Note-branded device that is a bit more affordable.

We’ll have to wait for more information on this, but do keep in mind it may arrive this year. That’s not the only piece of information that Mr. Young released though. There’s more.

In the same tweet, he said that both OPPO and Xiaomi will utilize Samsung’s LTPO panel in H1 2021. He specifically said that both companies will launch a flagship with such a display. If we had to guess, we’d say those are the OPPO Find X3 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro.

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The Galaxy S21 is expected to outsell the Galaxy S10

The last piece of information he shared has to do with the Galaxy S21 sales. He believes that the Galaxy S21 series will sell in higher volumes than the Galaxy S10 series, mainly due to the death of the Galaxy Note series.

The Galaxy S10 was highly popular for the company, and the Galaxy S20 did not outsell it, not even close. Well, the Galaxy S21 series might. That makes sense, not only due to the Galaxy Note series’ fate, but because Samsung really nailed it this time.

The focusing issues that were present in the Galaxy S20 Ultra are gone in the Galaxy S21 Ultra, the phone is more than refined at this point. The Galaxy S21 and S21+ are also great offerings, and Samsung is aiming high with the whole series.