Samsung, the South Korean technology behemoth, continues to receive new patents. This time, a patent for the Galaxy Note is on the table.
Samsung’s most recent patent reveals an S Pen pen model with a built-in camera. This patent, discovered by LestGoDigital, appears to be very interesting.
When not in use, this camera S Pen, which can also be used outside of phones, can be stored on the phone’s body. A small leg will be included in the pen that will provide this movement-based control support. As a result, the pen can be used on its own, such as on a table.
Because it has a built-in camera, we don’t know if this infrastructure, which will eliminate the need for the phone’s selfie camera and provide a pop-up camera-like experience, will be real in 2022. If this structure is real, however, it can create a lot of noise and make people happy.
Will Samsung release new Galaxy Note models?
Samsung did not release a new Galaxy Note in 2021, and it is unlikely to do so in the future. This has been officially announced by the company. Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is dead, and there is no reason to believe that we will not release a Galaxy Note in the future.
In 2022, a new Galaxy Note model is expected to be released. According to a reliable source, the company, which is said to have canceled the series because it did not rebrand for the Galaxy Note for a short time, but this is not entirely true, is working on a new Galaxy Note.
Ice Universe is the source we’re talking about, and it’s one of the most well-known names in Samsung leaks. The first evidence for the new Galaxy Note, or the next generation Galaxy Note, is beginning to emerge from supply networks, according to the source.
With such high demand, Samsung is unlikely to discontinue the Galaxy Note series before releasing a new model. In this regard, it is critical to be prepared for the new Galaxy Note, which will almost certainly be released in 2022.
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