Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will have an auto-ejecting electronic stylus
If patents recently filed by Samsung Electronics and discovered by Patently Mobile just last week are going to be used, the next Galaxy Note will have a digital system that will whip out it’s stylus pen from the phone anytime you want instead of the “old” manual system.
From the diagrams, it looks like the new system is controlled by internal magnetic forces which will release the pen on the click of a button, by hand gesture over the phone or by voice command. When ejected, the device can also recognize when the pen is still hovering in the pad and when it’s eventually being retrieved by the user.
The patent has been with the United States Patents and Trademarks Office since December but will likely get approved before Samsung launches the Note 5 in September.
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