The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may not look too different from its predecessor, but the new S Pen packs a big upgrade. A Bluetooth connection between the stylus and the phone means the revamped S Pen now doubles as a remote control, and Samsung is hoping it’ll give the Note 9 even more of an edge in the flagship phone segment.
The S Pen gets a Bluetooth boost
Samsung has upgraded the S Pen in the past, delivering more levels of pressure sensitivity and a more ergonomic stylus, but it’s getting its biggest update so far alongside the Galaxy Note 9. Now onboard is a Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) radio, with which the S Pen can remotely communicate with the phone.
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