The Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s stylus has reportedly leaked online in real-life images. By the revealed renders we come to know that South-Korean tech giant, Samsung has not developed any radical design in Samsung Galaxy Note 8 S Pen when compared to the 2016 stylus. Regardless, the new S-Pen seems to adopt a longer design, unlike its predecessor.
Specification wise, the stylus will feature new functionality which includes getting information on currency conversion as well as translation a lot easier. The new set of functionalities also apparently include the support of digital sticky notes with the Galaxy Note 8 S Pen.
As per inside sources, Galaxy Note 8’s always-on display (AOD) will feature support for digital sticky notes that does not require them to unlock the device before writing on the phablet’s display. In case one does not need it, they may simply be able to disable this particular functionality.
Although we have not gathered any other reviews regarding this particular function, earlier reports suggest that S Pen might be Bixby-compatible. Expect it to come with an onboard speaker in order to communicate with users. It indicates, while Samsung button on S Pen might act like Bixby, users will get the speaker to be placed on top of stylus’s handle. However, the leaked render specifically does not affirm any of the features in the mentioned report.
Recently, we reported that Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s front renders indicated that it will roll out with a dual-edge curved display. The comeback flagship is speculated to unveil with rounded corners similar to Galaxy S8. As per the latest buzz, Galaxy Note 8 is slated to release earlier than expected. Sporting a screen size of 6.3-inches, Galaxy Note 8 might come with two 13-megapixel lenses, as per imaging speculations. Although acting as a compensation to Note 7 flagship, expect this beast to be pegged up with a massive price tag of $1100 approx.