One of the most important updates that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has bring to the long running Galaxy Note series is the new S Pen. Truth to be told, there are more to the latest iteration of S Pen than its yellow colorway which is exclusive to the Ocean Blue version of Galaxy Note 9.
Thanks to its Bluetooth connectivity which is a first for Galaxy Note’s S Pen, it can be used from up to around 9.4 meters away. From that distance, users can then utilize it as a remote control for Microsoft Power Point presentations, media player, and voice recording app.
Users can also use it as remote camera trigger which is rather nifty especially when you need to snap a group photo. Since the new S Pen is a Bluetooth device, it does require charging but fret not as this can be done by simply sliding it back into the phone and the S Pen is able to provide 30 minutes of operation with just 40 seconds of charging.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is now readily available at all Samsung Galaxy outlets and authorized resellers. The Galaxy Note 9 with 128GB storage retails for RM3699 while the 512GB model is also available for RM4599.
For more, you can read our in-depth review of the device right here or head on over to Samsung Malaysia’s official website for further information. Also, don’t forget to check out the previous parts of our #OnThatNote weekly series to better understand what makes this phone Samsung’s greatest Galaxy Note to date:
Part 1: What Can The Massive Storage On Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Do For You
Part 3: How Powerful Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
Part 4: Taking Smarter Shots With The AI Camera Of The Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Part 5: Driving Productivity With The Help of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and DeX
Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Samsung.