New Samsung Galaxy Not 5 Tipped To Get Auto Eject S Pen
At the weekend a case for the new Galaxy Note 5 was accidently leaked onto an Amazon page by accessory maker Ringke.
What was noticeable was changes to the now famous Samsung S Pen
Unlike with previous iterations, the Note 5’s S-Pen sits flush with the body of the phone, making it impossible on occasions to pull out by normal means.
The new casing and a recent patent suggests that Samsung is set to release new auto-ejection technology for the Note 5’s stylus.
Basically the pen will pop out of a slot when an icon or application is tapped on the screen.
Both the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus were recently certified by America’s FCC.
All smartphones need to pass through the Federal Communications Commission before they can be sold in the US market.
As such, this certification is a major sign that the release of the handsets – model numbers SM-N920V and SM-N920A – is imminent.
Insiders claim that the Galaxy Note 5 will launch in mid-August or at IFA in German in the first week of September.