+ Sunday May 19th, 2019

The launch of the Galaxy Note 9 is looming large on our horizon with a launch on August 10th. The rumoured to be updated S Pen is the focus of attention this morning with the stylus leaking in four deliciously coloured renders. If the S Pen isn’t enough, you can also check out a bunch of official cases for the Note 9 as well.

The Galaxy Note 9 will apparently be made available in four colours: Black, Blue, Brown and Lilac, and the S Pen will be matching those colours – except for the Blue which if the invite to the Galaxy Note 9 launch event is anything to go by, will have a lovely Yellow coloured S Pen which contrasts magnificently.

There’s no external indication of any of the special features that the S Pen will incorporate which include the ability to operate the shutter on the camera remotely, unlock your phone when the S Pen is removed, add functions to apps, or program apps or functions to open when the button is pressed.

If the S Pen doesn’t float your boat, then Roland Quandt has also leaked a bunch of official Galaxy Note 9 cases. The cases will include a Clear View Hard Cover case in all colours, a LED View Cover, Silicone Cover and Protective Standing Cover.

You can see even more colour variants of the covers, as well as more angles of the S Pen over at winfuture.de. We’re getting excited for the launch, so if you are too you can tune in at 1am AEST on the 10th of August.

Source: winfuture.de.

Daniel Tyson  


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