Samsung would like to add support for its stylus S-Pen to its upcoming high-end smartphone Galaxy S21 Ultra. Until now, only Galaxy Note devices had support for the stylus.
Twitterer IceUniverse seems confident of the claim and hints that there are no slot is present to store the S-Pen. IceUniverse has released accurate information about unannounced Samsung smartphones much more often in recent years.
Stylus support would work with an active digitizer under the screen that can track the pen’s localization on the screen. Only the Galaxy Note models have that for the time being. Other functions of the S Pen work via bluetooth and that would work without modification.
A few weeks ago, other characteristics of the successor of the S20 Ultra came out. The soc would be an Exynos 2100 in Europe, while the phone would appear in the US and China with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875. With 5000mAh, the battery would have the same capacity as that of the S20 Ultra. Little is known about the cameras, one of the distinguishing factors of the S20 Ultra. The resolution of the primary camera would be unchanged. Samsung would like to present its S21 phones in January.
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