» Tip Us Hey you, we are hiring! Join us if you are an author, developer or designer!

Samsung says it will bring S Pen to more Galaxy smartphones

19 January 2021 0

When Samsung launched the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G last week, it packed it with a functionality that was exclusive to the Galaxy Note series so far. We are talking about the S Pen stylus support that has become an identity of the Galaxy Note lineup. Even though the support is not as feature-rich as the phablets, it opens the door for a potential further expansion in the future.

In a statement given to SamMobile, Samsung has confirmed its plans to bring S Pen stylus support to more Galaxy smartphones in the future. It said that the team is consistently looking for ways to improve user experience and deliver new ways of doing things to its users. This is the reason it has started to expand S Pen beyond the Galaxy Note series.

Here is the complete statement,

"We are committed to innovating new mobile experiences that flow seamlessly and continuously to make our consumers’ lives easier and better. We’ve made the bold decision to expand the S Pen experience to Galaxy S21 Ultra, and plan to expand the S Pen experience across additional device categories in the future. We remain committed to providing the best mobile experience to our consumers and will continue to actively listen and consider consumer feedback in our product innovations."

The Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G is one of the three smartphones unveiled, the other two being the Galaxy S21 5G and Galaxy S21 Plus 5G. It is the only phone in the lineup that supports S Pen but not in the same capacity as the Galaxy Note 20 series. It does not have a carrying slot either but users can choose to buy a phone case that allows carrying the stylus.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra isn't still available. To be notified when it becomse available click here.

0

comments

Samsung says it will bring S Pen to more Galaxy smartphones
Write a comment...
Android

Samsung AR Glasses alleged concept videos reveal company’s plans

Android

Android 12 Developer Preview 1 out; Final release set for H2 2021

Windows

Microsoft details Windows 10 21H1 update set to arrive in Spring

Events

Samsung "Unbox & Discover 2021" event on March 2 to unveil new TVs