The camera size will not change much between the 12MP primary sensor, 64MP telephoto unit and 12MP ultra-wide shooter in their SMP model. The Ultra, however, will use a second-gen 108-megapixel sensor as well as 3X and 10X telephoto cameras with 130 million larger pixels. All new galaxies will eventually get 4K, capturing all cameras at 60 frames per second video, as well as a 30KPS fast 30PS recording.
Other improvements will include ultra wideband from the Note 20, twice-faster WiFi 6E on the Ultra, and video recording mode from front and back cameras at the same time. Not everything will go one step further, though – Samsung may use plastic (or “glassstick”) on the base S21 and reserve glass for at least Ultra.
It is not certain how strong these glasses will be. If accurate, however, they will decline some incentives to purchase the Galaxy Note. You will only need one if you want to use the S Pen from scratch or otherwise want the latest Samsung technology when the note is turned on. It may not represent the end of the note if so, but it may represent a change in strategy.