The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 has come without S Pen support. Despite the rumours, it looks like that the next foldable mobile in the galaxy series might, at last, add the stylus functionality that users were hoping for.
A report from The Elec cites industry analysts, announces that Samsung may shift the technology that was used in its S Pen stylus. It would be done to get it done with the Fold series, from electromagnetic resonance (EMR) to effective electrostatic solution (AES) tech.
As far as the edge user understanding goes, there isn’t a vast difference between EMR and AES. From a manufacturing point of view, EMR is inexpensive but has seemingly been hard for Samsung to combine into its uncertain screens. That may now provoke a rethink.
Samsung is also peeking at giving rise to its ultra-thin glass (UTG) twice as heavy on the Galaxy Z Fold 3. That would be 60 micrometers rather than 30 micrometers (a micrometer is a thousandth of a millimeter). That will assist it to stand up to the prodding of a stylus.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Announced In August
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 was disclosed in August. We will most probably have to wait for a while to have it. We will have to wait to see what Samsung has got scheduled. However, we have not heard any rumors about any new Fold yet. But it would be having many fascinating lighting effects if it would arrive.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S21 (or Galaxy S30) is being tilted to undertake as early as January 2021. This may provide us some additional clues about which way the brand is guessing when it appears to the Note and Fold phones.
Till then you can grab Samsung Galaxy S20 this festive season at various discounts by various e-commerce retailers.