Huawei reportedly working on a Note 5 competitor touting an S-Pen like Stylus


With the phablet market expanding at a steady rate and sales estimated to hit to about 35% of all smartphone sales worldwide, every other manufacturer now wants to enter this new super-sized smartphone industry.

Huawei reportedly working on a Note 5 competitor touting an S-Pen

Despite many a attempts by top of the tier manufacturers, Samsung Note series are still the king of phablets. Huawei however launched a great phablet offering at the IFA a few week back dubbed the Mate S. But like most other premium phablets offering, the Mate S lacked the Samsung like S Pen.

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Apparently though, it seems like the Chinese company hasn't dropped the gauntlet yet, as they are working on a premium line phablet offering with a Stylus. In fact the company had been in the lookout for a company who could make pressure sensitive stylus to match the S-Pen.

Huawei reportedly working on a Note 5 competitor touting an S-Pen

Allegedly though, Huawei has pin pointed on such a company and they will be signing a deal soon. However it should be mentioned that hardware isn't the main selling point of the Samsung Note 5.

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Even if the manufacturer succeeds in producing an S-Pen equivalent stylus, the success of the phablet offering from Huawei will solely depend on how well they optimize their eMUI for the Stylus of theirs.

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