Samsung promo teases the Galaxy Note 4 feature you’ll never see on any iPhone
Samsung is all set to announce its Galaxy Note 4 at the IFA in Germany which is scheduled to take place next month and as part of the preparations, the Korean giant has already released a teaser video on Friday which sheds some light on the S Pen stylus which is one of the iconic features of the Galaxy Note series. Every single model of the Galaxy Note phablet has been equipped with its own built-in stylus. This is one feature which helps the series to stand out from the rest because these characteristics are not found on any other Samsung flagships.
The teaser video is merely 75 seconds long and entirely focuses on the Galaxy Note’s stylus. This feature has been highlighted as a device that offers a unique ability to take handwritten notes on your smartphone. We might even think that this S Pen ad has something to do with the iPhone 6’s 5.5 inch version which is a direct competitor for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
“Handwriting is extremely important,” Samsung wrote on YouTube. “However, this crucial act is fading away in today’s digitalized world. So Samsung Galaxy Note introduced the S Pen to remind us how much handwriting means to us. After all, those things that we love the most should continue to stay.”
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