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CNET 1 Dec 2020

Why Samsung may kill off Galaxy Note

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A new report says that there are no plans for a 2021 edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone. What happens to the S-Pen? Don't you worry. Apparently, the Galaxy S21 will be there to save the day.


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