Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus owners will want to keep an eye on their device’s updates as the company is rolling out a host of new S Pen compatibility features starting in late February.
The new functions, detailed in a Samsung blog post, start with dedicated text boxes for S Pen use. Users can write in the text boxes with the S Pen to convert their handwriting into text on the screen. However, you’ll need to remember to draw a “V” shape to indicate a space, as well as a horseshoe-esque “n” to connect words together.
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