Samsung is unlikely to release a successor to the Galaxy Note 20 next year, reports reliable tipster Ice Universe. If his words are to be believed, there may never be a sequel to the Galaxy Note 20. However, Samsung is apparently going to make a few changes to their Galaxy S series and include an S-Pen inside.
The S21 Ultra was the first non-Note phone to support the S Pen but having a separate case was inconvenient, especially when it inevitably meant having to store it somewhere. According to reports, the new Ultra has some design modifications that are expected to address this particular problem.
In terms of display dimensions, it will be 19.3:9, the same as the Galaxy Note20 Ultra (all S21 models have 20:9). It will be wider, allowing for the stylus to fit. Moreover, the corners of the device will be less rounded than the S21 series, although the Notes are not quite as square as the S21 series.
Although the Note20 Ultra has to accommodate a stylus in its frame, Ice writes that the phone’s battery capacity will still be 5,000 mAh (500 mAh more than the Note20 Ultra) thus matching the S21 Ultra.
The possibility of a built-in S Pen on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has yet to be substantiated by renders. There are few reliable details available regarding the S22 launch (likely to occur in January 2022).
The Galaxy S22 Ultra will be followed in the second half of 2022 by a Galaxy Fold 3 with S Pen support.