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20,000+ people have signed up petition to bring Galaxy Note series back

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Everyone has been expecting a Galaxy Note device every year. The Note Series has gained a huge fanbase and the news regarding no new Samsung Note series phones this year, has not been taken well by the long term fans.

Fans want to bring back the Note Series

Samsung introduced the first Note Smartphone in 2011, and from then, we have been getting a new Note flagship every year until now.

After the news broke of no new Note in 2021, as expected the fans were not happy. For the first time in about a decade, there’s not going to be a new Galaxy Note flagship. They wanted to see a new Samsung Galaxy Note device, many were waiting for the next Note to upgrade their phone. The Galaxy Note series has a very loyal fanbase, the kind that doesn’t really want to switch to another device.

Samsung has confirmed that it won’t be launching a new Galaxy Note device in 2021. It hasn’t been said that the Galaxy Note series is being discontinued. However, with the S Pen expanding to more devices, some fans are worried that this is what the company might end up doing.

Now Sammobile started a petition for Samsung to launch a new Galaxy Note flagship phone in H1 2022 and in around 48 hours more than 20,000 people have already signed it.

It is clear to see that there are many people who would love to see the Samsung Note 21 series. To some people, the petition might sound like a crazy idea. But to the Note fans, it’s a light of hope.

If you want to sign the petition here is the link. You can go and support to keep your favourite smartphone series alive. So, what do think about no Note in 2021? Will you sign the petition for a new Note? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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