You presently don’t have to spend too much on an enormous Galaxy Note to use a stylus with your Samsung phone. The Galaxy S21 Ultra, which launched in February, additionally supports Samsung’s S Pen—however you’ll have to buy one and store it separately, on the grounds that not at all like the Note, the S21 Ultra doesn’t have a built-in stylus slot.
Yet, on the off chance that you do decide to purchase a S Pen (or on the off chance that you as of now have a Wacom-compatible stylus on hand), you can utilize it to do a lot of cool things with your S21 Ultra.
You don’t have to combine the stylus to your phone; it automatically perceives the S Pen when you hover over its screen. From that point you can see a huge number of alternatives by tapping the floating button that shows up on-screen.
You can take notes and draw on the Ultra, and in Live Messages you can draw your own emojis, make GIFs, and scribbling notes on photographs. Selecting AR Doodle allows you to draw with the S Pen in a 3D space. Or then again you can utilize Smart Select, which allows you to select, clip, and gather pictures or videos to rapidly share with companions.
For this moment, the S21’s S Pen can’t do exact same stuff a Galaxy Note can, however Samsung is required to release a considerably fancier and more costly S Pen Pro soon (however the organization hasn’t said when). That further advanced stylus will allow you to utilize it as a remote shutter for your phone’s camera and unlock Air Gestures, like what you can accomplish with the Galaxy Note’s stylus.