FCC listing for Samsung Galaxy Note9's S Pen confirms Bluetooth support

Himanshu, 04 July 2018

Recently, there were rumors that Samsung Galaxy Note9's S Pen will feature Bluetooth. Well, those rumors have now been confirmed by the US FCC. Documents on the agency's website have revealed the S Pen (model number EJ-PN960) is a 2.4GHz Bluetooth LE device.

Sadly, FCC doesn't reveal all the stylus is capable of. However, rumors say in addition to standard features, the S Pen could also let you control music playback as well as trigger a long-range remote self-timer. It could be used to launch Bixby as well.

For its part, Samsung hasn't confirmed anything related to the S Pen yet, aside from dropping hints that the stylus would be the main focus of the August 9 event.

Meanwhile, the unlocked variant of Samsung Galaxy Note9 has also been certified by the US FCC. The device carries a model number of SM-N960U, and is compatible with all major US carriers.

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Reader comments

  • AnonD-632062
  • 27 Oct 2018
  • 3Ye

Great. More functionality to S-pen.

Release is scheduled for December 2018, or first quarter of 2019. Business class customers, gamers, heavy media consumers, techies, tinkerers, entrepreneurs, and the like are all about to get what they have been desperately wishing for...a devic...

  • Anonymous
  • 04 Jul 2018
  • fCI

when is the launch date of the Galaxy X

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