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Galaxy Note 10, Note 9 or Note 8 users – Have you ever lost or broken your S Pen? 

Samsung’s S Pen – It’s what makes the Galaxy Note series so iconic. And while every S Pen is already great. That’s why the Note 10/10+’s S Pen is the best so far! And it has more additional features and specs than previous S Pens.

The Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 S Pens are made from two separate parts, but the Note 10/Note 10+ has a unibody made of one piece that makes it more durable and stronger.

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Starting with the Galaxy Note 9, the S Pen uses Bluetooth LE (low energy) that lets you use remote controllability and other cool features. Because of the Bluetooth, you need to charge the S Pen every once in a while. The Note 10 and Note 10+ S Pen takes a little longer to charge than the Note 9’s, but it also lasts longer. As for the Note 8, you don’t need to charge its S Pen since it doesn’t have a Bluetooth LE connection.

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The remote controllability feature really blew everyone out of the water when the Note 9 was released. It lets you take pictures with the S Pen, control PowerPoint presentations, browse Gallery, and more. The Note 10 and Note 10+ S Pen has taken this feature even further by adding Air actions! You can press the Galaxy Note 10’s S Pen button to freely control your phone with 6 gestures (left/right, up/down, swing left/right).

The S Pen packs a revamped Air Command menu, quicker-than-ever note-taking perks, and more, but it doesn’t come with a built-in GPS if you lose it. While you wait for that feature, get your S Pen game on-point by keeping this essential little tool close at hand, no matter the situation.

We want to know Do you care about the S Pen? Have you ever lost or broken your unique S Pen? Let us know in the comments below.

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