Samsung is one of the technology companies available in Europe with the greatest commitment to innovation. Closing this 2020, which has brought so many challenges for the whole world, the South Korean company has decided to recap the most important events of the year, as well as its promises for the future.
Dr TM Roh, president and chief executive officer of mobile communications at Samsung Electronics took advantage of the year-end to recap how 2020 has been for Samsung, as well as areas where the company is focusing more for a promising 2021. be exciting about Samsung products.
Samsung’s three key pillars for 2021
Concluding his end-of-year message, Roh wanted to highlight three key aspects that will be of vital importance in his smartphone catalog. Photography is one of the most important aspects of the premium range, and while Samsung has always been one of the big heavyweights in the industry, manufacturers like Google, Xiaomi or Huawei have raised the bar. based on innovation.
It’s not that Samsung has rested on its laurels and they are still mobiles with really good cameras, but they need something more. That something could happen in 2021, and that is Samsung making sure it has super smart professional cameras and video features along the way, both at the capture and editing level.
Samsung’s foldable phones are devices that have impressed us, especially with models like the Z Fold 2. However, this device falls short of nearly every budget possible and it seems Samsung is aware of that. It’s not that they will start to lower the price of the more exclusive models, but that the company will have more models available that allow for a more accessible experience.
That would mean we’d see at least one new, cheaper Galaxy Fold. Rumors suggest its name would be Galaxy Fold FE, an acronym that comes to mind for products this year like the Galaxy S20 FE that have left us feeling so good.
One of the latest aspects highlighted by the Samsung executive is the Note range. In recent weeks, there have been many rumors about the disappearance of these models (rumors which, as you are told, are not sufficiently substantiated). However, Roh wanted to refer to the beloved line of professional products, indicating that they observed the features that users like the most of the Galaxy Note for. add some of these functions
Why a Galaxy S with a pen holder won’t be the end of the Galaxy Note
The Galaxy S has been rumored to incorporate SPen support for years, causing many to mistakenly think of the end of the note.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is rumored to support SPen in a pencil that would be sold separately, and while Samsung has not confirmed any names, this terminal is one of the ideal candidates. On a personal level, I think the Galaxy A would be great candidates for compatibility as well.
Does this take away the meaning of existence from the Note scale? Quite the contrary. The strength of the Galaxy Note isn’t just in the software, but in always having a pencil with you, and wanting to take some of these experiences with you shouldn’t hurt the Note’s future, but could be beneficial in the future. offering an additional affordable gateway or better cohesion in the ecosystem. After all, the Galaxy Tab’s pencil is compatible with the Galaxy Note, and it would be great if that integration were extended to models that don’t have a built-in SPen, further boosting the strength of the ecosystem.
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