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Tech & Science Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 pen will include Bluetooth

11:33  05 july  2018
11:33  05 july  2018 Source:   engadget.com

Samsung Teases Galaxy Note9 Reveal On August 9

  Samsung Teases Galaxy Note9 Reveal On August 9 The arrival of Samsung's next flagship phablet was inevitable, but now at least we have a date for when the Galaxy Note9 will make its official debut. August 9. The arrival of Samsung's next flagship phablet was inevitable, but now at least we have a date for when the Galaxy Note9 will make its official debut: August 9.

Samsung hasn't been shy about hinting that the Galaxy Note 9 launch will focus heavily on the S Pen . Now, however, we have a better idea of what that means. An FCC filing for the Note 9 ' s S Pen has revealed that it'll include Bluetooth , suggesting remote control features.

Rumors suggest the S Pen on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could have Bluetooth connectivity. Features mentioned include the ability to take pictures remotely and for use as a pointer during presentations.

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Samsung hasn't been shy about hinting that the Galaxy Note 9 launch will focus heavily on the S Pen. Now, however, we have a better idea of what that means. An FCC filing for the Note 9's S Pen has revealed that it'll include Bluetooth, suggesting remote control features. The documents unsurprisingly don't say what those features are, but leaker Ice Universe had previously claimed that the stylus could control music playback and timers. We wouldn't expect anything sophisticated (it's a one-button device with a screen), but it could provide value even if you only rarely intend to draw.

Some Samsung users say their phones randomly sent photos to contacts

  Some Samsung users say their phones randomly sent photos to contacts Some Samsung users are complaining that their smartphones randomly sent photos and scheduled texts to contacts. One Reddit user says his Galaxy S9+ sent his entire photo library to a contact in the middle of the night while he was asleep (fortunately, that contact was his partner). The poster says that even though there was no evidence of the mass photo sharing in Samsung Messages, it showed up on his T-Mobile logs. He also added that he has never used the Shared tab in Samsung Gallery app, which lets users send photos through messaging apps, email or social media without leaving their photo gallery.

Rumors suggest the S Pen on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could have Bluetooth connectivity. Features mentioned include the ability to take pictures remotely and for use as a pointer during presentations.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is OFFICIAL - Продолжительность: 7:01 SuperSaf TV 160 350 просмотров. How to make 100W Bluetooth Speaker Box from Cardboard - Продолжительность: 16:54 Samsung Notebook 9 Pen - Продолжительность: 5:23 Engadget 64 045 просмотров.

It's not certain what the Note 9 will be like, although it's still expected to carry a Snapdragon 845 chip (and the corresponding Samsung Exynos chip in some regions) and the next generation of Bixby. This being Samsung, we wouldn't be surprised if it packs camera or display upgrades as well. If there's any certainty, it's that the Note 9's August 9th debut won't fit into the usual pattern. Samsung has typically focused on what the S Pen enables in software -- this time, the peripheral itself appears to be the star.

Report: Samsung Galaxy S10 Is Going To Be A Freaking Beast .
Another day, another yammering Samsung Galaxy S10 rumour. Today's noteworthy leaks centre around a trio of front-facing cameras (or was that yesterday?), a 3D-face scanner, an "absolute ripper" of a CPU and a fingerprint sensor embedded right into the display. Here's everything you need to know. The Samsung Galaxy spy reports are coming so thick and fast that it's difficult to keep track. At this rate, literally every conceivable hardware permutation will be 'leaked' prior to the phone's launch, meaning someone will be right by default. But anyway.

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