One of the features that has separated and marked the differences between Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Note families has been the S-Pen stylus.
However, everything indicates that this gap could be closed with the Galaxy S21 series, which will hit the market in early 2021.
According to Ice Universe, a well-known advance leaker on Samsung, it is confirmed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra model will be compatible with the S-Pen.
“Keep your S Pen and do not lose it,” he posted on his Twitter account, later adding: “I can confirm 100% that S21 Ultra is compatible with S Pen.”
Yes, I can 100% confirm that S21 Ultra supports S Pen
& mdash; Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 12, 2020
According to various reports, Samsung plans to launch the next generation of the Galaxy family early. Although it traditionally presents them in February of each year, the premiere of the S21 series would arrive in January 2021.
The end of the Galaxy Note?
That the Galaxy S21 Ultra is compatible with the stylus that has been the emblem of the Note family could represent an alert for fans of this range.
However, everything indicates that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is not intended to be a replacement for the Note.
In fact, the next Samsung device will not have a slot to store the stylus, as the Galaxy Note series does.
In this way, the compatibility rather speaks that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be equipped with a digitizer below its 2K 120Hz screen, according to SamMobile.
According to this version, Samsung would have chosen to incorporate the digitizer to offer a high refresh rate for a screen that will have a resolution of 1440p.