The launch of the Galaxy Note 21 series has been ambiguous since the start of this year. Samsung had said that it won’t be launching a Galaxy Note device this year, but we saw several leaks over the past few months suggesting otherwise.
Another such leak has started circulating the internet, which brings more hope for the Galaxy Note series. There is a mural outside a Samsung Hongdae Mega Store, one of Samsung’s biggest stores in South Korea. This mural has the large “G” logo from Google which mentions several Galaxy devices from Samsung and one of these is the unannounced Galaxy Note 21 Ultra 5G.
This confirms the existence of a Galaxy Note 20 successor. Check out the image down below.
I got a picture from an acquaintance.
It seems that the existence of the Note21 / 21 Ultra was confirmed in the sculpture of a large Samsung offline store that opened yesterday.
maybe Note is not dead. pic.twitter.com/u9F5YCn4fI
— THEMIS (@TEQHNIKACROSS) May 15, 2021
This image has received mixed responses from fans. While some have their hope reignited, some still believe that the Galaxy Note series is dead since the S Pen has started appearing on other smartphones such as the S21 Ultra. It is also expected to feature on the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3 this year.
However, since this was spotted outside an official Samsung store, and one of the brand’s biggest stores in South Korea, we expect to see the Galaxy Note 21 series become official later this year.