Samsung’s Note series has always had one defining tool, which none if its competitors have even tried to imitate on a smartphone – the S Pen stylus.
Aided by a Wacom-made digitizer that rests beneath the phone’s screen, the pen offers palm rejection, making for a very natural use, and a single button, which works with the Note’s software to considerably enhance user experience.
Add to that 2048 4096 pressure levels for super-fine sensitivity, lots of software from Samsung, an API for 3rd party app developers, and you have a powerful tool for users that need that extra oomph of productivity from their smartphone.
But the plethora of features may seem either a bit too distant or daunting for first-time users.
The S Pen often remains unappreciated, and many who don’t have experience with the Note look at it as a bit of a gimmick that hardly has real world applications, unless you are an artist who loves to draw on their phone. Well, let us elaborate on what the Note 7’s S Pen can do and how it can be useful to you!
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