Then there's the S-Pen stylus, which too is IP68 water resistant and even works under water. Samsung's continued to improve this by leaps and bounds. The new stylus feels more natural light a ball-point pen, has magnify and instant translation features built-in, can take a video and turn it into a GIF, and can even write on the screen while it's turned off.
Being able to pull it out, write a quick note or take down a number and put it away is really a feature I've come to love. The Apple Pencil is a nice tool, but it doesn't quite work with the iPhone 7 Plus the way the S-Pen compliments the Galaxy Note 7.
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