Samsung’s up to date concept for the following Samsung Galaxy Note 5 would possibly now not be a groundbreaking invention, however it's lovely rattling cool. The corporate has patented a mechanism for a Note device’s S-Pen that’ll permit it to routinely eject from its chassis.
The patent main points a device the place a consumer can factor a few type of command — be it a gesture, voice or a easy contact of a button — to have the S-Pen eject from the tool. An ejection feature for the S-Pen doesn’t sound all that groovy while you first take into accounts it — you continue to have to succeed in beneath to completely eject the pen — however it could give a boost to the consumer revel in in a few alternative ways.
For example, an app that essentially makes use of the S-Pen for manipulation would possibly mechanically eject the pen while you open it, giving the consumer a significant cue that it’s most certainly best possible to make use of the pen for that app.
More than simply that, although, the patent additionally discusses the potential for the use of a mechanical locking device to stay the pen in position while now not in use. It’s lovely exhausting to lose an S-Pen in the event you stay it within the telephone because the magnets are robust sufficient to carry it securely in position, but when for no matter what explanation why your S-Pen frequently wiggles its approach out of the protecting bay this will be a pleasant addition.
But most commonly it doesn’t sound like anything else that might make or holiday the Note revel in. It’s cool, despite the fact that, and we’d love to peer it carried out within the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 while Samsung unearths it later this yr.