Last month, Samsung officially unveiled an S Pen-compatible Galaxy S smartphone. It’s been a part of the buzz for months and finally became a reality. Samsung has promised that it will extend the Galaxy Note experience to other Galaxy series and it did, but only with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It’s just the first, but more Galaxy phones are expected to have the same. The next phone to come with an S Pen input is the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 3.
The pen input option for the foldable phone is an idea that we would never really be ready to take pictures of. It is mainly because the screen of the Galaxy Z Fold is different. It’s flexible and foldable, and this year’s launch will even include an under-panel camera. The phone may be out later this year.
The foldable smartphone is expected to launch in Q3 (Q3 2021). Much has been said about it, although we know that not everything will come true. It was once mentioned that it had double and triple designs. It can also come with a smaller deck screen. It will be better but in a lighter way.
S Pen support may be ready by June 2021 or later. The under-screen camera is likely to happen now. There is also the idea of a sliding keyboard and two hinges, thicker screen and AES.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 with S-Pen input
Samsung’s next-generation folding phone already has a rival: the Huawei Mate X2. Samsung’s offering may be more advanced in the future. Samsung really has no competition at the moment, but we’ll see if the Huawei Mate X2 will sell.
the S Pen input development for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 it is believed to be over. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 may come with an S Pen or at the very least, official support for stylus technology. Samsung is also said to be finalizing development and preparation in time for production between May and July.
the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 It will be the foldable flagship of the South Korean tech giant by 2021. It may not be the final name, but we’re sure a new foldable smartphone will be released. If Samsung implements the S Pen on the folding screen, it means that it is ready for more devices with flexible displays.
The folding screen needs be durable while remaining flexible. You can get there with the S Pen input, but it will still have to be that slim. It is not clear whether it will remain an ultra-thin glass (UTG) or an entirely different display technology. Let’s wait and see.