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Samsung is working on a new flagship Galaxy Note. Samsung will alternate Galaxy S and Note series releases each year

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According to a well-known insider under the nickname Ice Universe, Samsung has already begun work on the successor to the Galaxy Note 20 smartphone, which was released more than a year ago.

Ice Universe cites a supply chain whistleblower who has seen evidence of the existence of a new flagship in the Galaxy Note line. It is not yet known if the new phone will be called the Galaxy Note 21 or Note 22.

The Galaxy Note line is ten years old this year, but the anniversary smartphone has not seen the light of day. Recently it became known that Samsung did not renew the rights to the Galaxy Note trademark. And this allowed us to assume that the series was buried on this. Dutch edition Let’s Go Digital does not consider this a sign of line cancellation, as the respective trademark registrations are valid until April 2023.

However, it seems that a global chip shortage has played a major role in the fact that this year we did not receive the new Galaxy Note. The company is trying to provide a sufficient number of components for its smartphones series Galaxy S21, Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Because of this, the release of the Galaxy S21 FE was also delayed, although the smartphone has already passed all the necessary certifications before the start of sales.

The YouTube channel Jimmy Is Promo, which is watched by about half a million viewers, also says that Samsung was not going to cancel the line. The source adds that Samsung will rotate the Galaxy S and Note series releases every year, which has been requested by some fans.

Ice Universe has a large number of confirmed leaks to its account, which, in particular, relate to new image sensors and Samsung technologies. He recently accurately predicted that Samsung will release 200MP and 50MP ISOCELL image sensors.

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Launch of the tiny Logitech MX Keys Mini keyboard with Windows, Android, ChromeOS, Linux, iOS and iPadOS support

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Logitech introduced the MX Keys Mini wireless keyboard, which is a smaller version of the keyboard.

The MX Keys Mini does not include a numeric keypad or other full-size keyboard benefits, but retains the Perfect Stroke system, which combines non-mechanical switches with raised keys to improve typing accuracy. There are even a few new features not found on the large keyboard, including a dictation key for Mac and Windows PCs, a microphone mute switch, and an emoji key.

MX Keys Mini also supports Android, ChromeOS, Linux, iOS and iPadOS via Bluetooth or USB receiver with up to three devices pairing. Charging is carried out via the USB-C connector.

The MX Keys Mini is available for $ 100 in charcoal gray, pink and silver.

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In less than a year, the situation on the video cards and processors market may improve. The head of AMD spoke about the shortage of chips

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AMD CEO Lisa Su expressed her opinion on the duration of the chip shortage. According to her statement, in the first half of 2022, the supply is likely to still be limited.

But already in the second half of next year, the shortage of microcircuits will not be as acute as it is now. How much the situation will change, the head of AMD did not predict, but her vision is still better than that of a number of other specialists who predict improvement only in 2023.

It should be understood that AMD itself does not produce semiconductors, so we are talking about improving the situation in general, which will affect not only AMD, but all other companies as well.

In general, so far most forecasts agree that the situation with the deficit will improve at least in the second half of 2022 or at the beginning of 2023, but no one undertakes to predict when the situation will completely return to normal.

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