- Renders of the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G have apparently leaked.
- The phone seems to lack a dedicated camera housing for the rear shooters.
- This is seemingly inspired by the LG Velvet’s design earlier this year.
Samsung’s Galaxy A series phones have gone a long way to reinvigorating the company’s mid-range fortunes in recent years, generally delivering a good experience for the price. Now, it looks like we’ve got a peek at an upcoming Galaxy A series phone, and it seems like a departure from the firm’s previous devices.
Frequent leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer posted renders of a phone apparently dubbed the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G on the Voice website. The name suggests that this could mark a cheaper 5G experience than Samsung’s other budget 5G phones. But the most noticeable change might just be the absence of a dedicated, protruding camera housing hosting all the lenses.
Instead, the four camera lenses
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- Samsung could launch at least one Galaxy Note series phone next year.
- This could be the last Galaxy Note before Samsung puts the series out to pasture.
- The phone is expected to debut in the second half of 2021.
There might be at least one Galaxy Note next year before Samsung puts the series out to pasture. Korean media outlet ET News reports that Samsung will eventually merge the Galaxy S and Note lines by adding an S-Pen to the former. However, the company might still launch a Galaxy Note series phone, presumably the Galaxy Note 21, next year.
This isn’t the first we’re hearing of Samsung scrapping the Note series altogether. Just last week, another Korean business daily reported that Samsung will add the S-Pen to the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 3, discontinuing the Note series for good. The latest
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- A Korean outlet reports that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy S21 Ultra will get an S-Pen.
- It adds that the Galaxy Note series will therefore be discontinued.
- The outlet also claims that the Z Fold 3 will launch in June 2021.
We’ve already heard murmurings that Samsung is working to add the S-Pen to the Galaxy S21 Ultra and its Z Fold 3 foldable, with the fate of the Galaxy Note series hanging in the balance. Now, a new report out of Korea has only echoed these claims.
Korean business daily Aju News reports that Samsung intends to add the Galaxy Note’s S-Pen stylus to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy S21 Ultra. Furthermore, the outlet claims that the Z Fold 3 will offer a slot for the S-Pen and that the foldable will launch in June 2021.
It’s claimed that
- Wearables are expected to grow to an almost $70 billion market globally by 2025, with the dominant sector being healthcare.
- “Wearable device sales have grown by 30% or more compared to last year,” says Taejong Jay Yang, senior vice president of Samsung Electronics, said of his own company’s products.
- Samsung Electronics says it will continue to set up partnerships with healthcare firms to make products.
Samsung Electronics’ wearable device sales are up by more than 30% this year, a senior executive at the world’s largest consumer electronics and smartphone company told CNBC.
Taejong Jay Yang, senior vice president at Samsung Electronics, said consumers are buying wearable products that they can use to monitor their health during the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Two more tipsters have suggested that Samsung might not be working on new Note devices.
- This would echo a report earlier this year, alleging that foldables could replace the Note line.
We previously heard that Samsung could abandon the Galaxy Note series in 2021 in favor of the Galaxy Fold lineup. It would be a major shakeup for the firm, but at least two more sources have revealed info suggesting this could indeed be the case.
Android Police writer Max Weinbach asserted on Twitter that Samsung is expected to offer four Galaxy S21 phones and three foldables in 2021. These phones are the Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, Galaxy S21 Ultra, Z Flip 3, Z Fold 3, and Z Fold FE. In other words, he doesn’t list the Note series anywhere. Check out the tweet below.
Meanwhile, tipster Ice Universe has
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