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Here’s all new Galaxy Note 9 S Pen features revealed

Samsung is going to release the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Tab S4 this year, both with the S Pen. The Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled on August 9 at New York.

According to recent rumors, the new S Pen will come with a few advanced features, including Bluetooth, and media control.

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Now, we have some of the S Pen features that are likely coming to the Note 9 and the Tab S4. Thanks, to the leaked Galaxy Tab S4 firmware.

After performing a teardown of the AirCommand app (version 3.0) (by XDA-Developers member Max Weinbach) and found a number of new S Pen features. The new features will likely to debut on Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4 as well.


Here’s a list of the discovered feature:

  • Control music with the S Pen. This one we expected. We still don’t know how it’s going to work exactly, but our guess would be that pressing the S Pen button once would serve as play/pause while pressing it twice in quick succession would skip to the next track.
  • Use the S Pen as a remote camera shutter. This is another feature that we expected and it could come in handy if you’re taking group shots and have your phone propped somewhere.
  • Remotely unlock the Galaxy Note 9 with the S Pen out of the phone. This could save you a couple of taps.
  • Expanded AirCommand integration. In other words, more apps will have support for unique S Pen features (or at least shortcuts) that should be accessible from the AirCommand menu and change on a per-app basis.
  • Press and hold the Pen button to open any app or S Pen feature.
  • Set up single and double press Pen actions.



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The Galaxy Note 9 is said to come with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display, powered by a Snapdragon 845/ Exynos 9810 SoC, with 6 GB of RAM and a 4,000 mAh battery.

Disclaimer: The above article is completely based on the report from the respective sources.



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