Samsung sent out invitations for its unpacked event on August 11 last week. While it is clear that this will also be fraught with the company’s standards (somewhat bizarrely), it may be significant for the event not to be included. That is, a lot of rumors have pointed to Samsung ignoring its annual Galaxy Note update.

In a blog post today, TM Roh, president of the company and head of the mobile communications business, wrote, “Instead of unveiling the new Galaxy Note at this time, we will further expand the favorite note features in more Samsung Galaxy devices.” Samsung’s favorite – if occasional irregular – phablet, the language of what it means for its future is not entirely clear. Not a note of this incident? This year? This … ever?

Samsung offered TechCrunch the following explanation: “We will not launch a new Galaxy Note device in 2021. Instead, Samsung notes, it plans to expand the Express and bring many of its popular productivity and creativity features to our Galaxy, including the S Pen. Ecosystem. We’ll share more details on our future portfolio once we’re ready to announce. “

Early rumors led to a lack of new note-ups for ongoing chain problems between 2020 and 2021. But further speculation has left many wondering whether the company will finally launch the Galaxy Note series on the eve of its 10th anniversary. Is it possible that the leading phablet has run its course, especially when other Samsung flagships grow bigger than its biggest features and go siphon?

Is it clear that some of the devices unveiled on the 11th will follow the Galaxy S21 and bring features like the Note, including the S Pen function? Presumably this means at least the Galaxy Z fold, confirming earlier rumors that the foldable will be an advanced Galaxy device to blur the line between it and the Note. Probably. This also means more reinforced performance for the product. The already intricate design of the fold shows the case of carrying with a recent leak pen holster instead of baking the straight slot.

“I hope we’ll enter our next Galaxy Z family and share some foldable surprises – including the first Pen S Pen specifically designed for foldable phones,” writes Roh. The executive promises “even more refined style, more durable, armed with stronger materials” on the new Galaxy Z Flip, while also confirming the arrival of the new Z Fold.

Rolling the news is a reference to the One UI Watch which confirms that the latest Galaxy Watch will also make a cameo on the upcoming Unpacked.