INTRO: Earlier this month, Samsung Mobile CEO TM Roh revealed that popular Note features will make their thanks to other smartphone lineups very soon. This essentially confirmed S Pen support for the upcoming Galaxy S21 series. But, an FCC report has now cleared out any doubts and confirmed that the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support the S Pen.
The FCC report talks a few test device with the model number SMG998B, which is for the upcoming Galaxy S1 Ultra. As seen within the FCC document below, the test device are often used with an S Pen in two modes, i.e. hover and click. It operates within the range of 0.53 – 0.6MHz, as per the FCC document. “The EUT was set to continuously transmit to the S Pen in each of the 2 modes.”
Galaxy S21 Ultra – S Pen support
Plus, if you haven’t heard, the Galaxy S21 Ultra won’t have a cavity — just like the Galaxy Note series – to deal with the S Pen. You will be ready to use an existing S Pen you own or buy a replacement one to use with the S21 Ultra. Samsung might make a case where you’ll house the S Pen.
Besides the S Pen support, the document confirms that the Galaxy S21 Ultra also will support wireless power transfer.
It means you’ll be ready to charge your accessories, including the upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro. The device also will support Wi-Fi 6E and ultra-wideband, which can be useful in locating lost objects.
Samsung is rumored to require the wraps off the Galaxy S21 series on 14th January. It will also unveil the Galaxy Chromebook 2, Galaxy Buds Pro, and a replacement Rose Gold colorway for last year’s Galaxy Watch Active 2.