The first thing that comes to mind when you talk about a Note Phone is the stylus or the S-Pen inside it. To make the Note 7 truly waterproof, Samsung was forced to make the stylus waterproof. With this, the phone gains the ability to let the S-Pen write on the screen even when it is immersed in water. Though I don’t know why people would do that.
The newest iteration of the S-Pen adds a finer tip so that the writing experience is similar to writing on a paper and is 200 mm in length so as to resemble a ballpoint pen. It weighs in at a mere 3gms.
After the infamous S-Pen incident of the Note 5, Samsung has made a design change so that the S-Pen would not slide into the slot provided for it upside down and damage the phone’s internals. To increase the accuracy, the S-Pen can now recognize 4096 points of pressure.
As with Samsung phones in the recent past, the S-Pen is more about the software than the hardware. The previous generation Note phones had confusing S-Pen applications like the S Note, Memo, Action Memo, and Scrapbook. But Samsung is dusting all these and unifying them in a single application called as Samsung Notes. This is a welcome move and simplify the user experience. Whatever you do with the S-Pen, they will show up in the notes application.
Samsung is also adding the ability to magnify a section of the screen when the S-Pen pointer hovers over it. Also, there is a new feature called as Glance that will allow the user to create a GIF from a video for as long as 15 seconds.
Another highlight is that when a word is selected, it can be translated into more than 70 languages (as of now, only a single word can be translated as opposed to the entire line). The off-screen memo also makes a return and with the new addition, you can write on the always on display and let it stay in the same way.
It’s a great feature for writing a good motto or any important task that you may forget so that it will always be shown on the screen.
Stay tuned for more updates.
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