Samsung is working on a new feature that ejects S-Pen automatically when required in the Galaxy Note 5. The smartphone was listed in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as the company applied for the auto-ejectable system.
The patent reveals that the auto-eject technology uses magnets inside smartphone as well as the S-Pen. The magnets will snap firmly when the Stylus is inside the Note 5.
To auto-eject, Samsung has used a simple technique by just reversing the polarization on magnets, which makes the device to pop up the S-Pen on its own.
The Note 5 releases the S-Pen until the user provides a special voice command or by gesture drawn on the display. Samsung has not officially confirmed anything, however, it is expected that the Korean tech giant will formally unveils this smartphone later this year may be sometime in September.
As always dozens of rumors are abound online, including a Super AMOLED display with 2K or 4K resolution along with the company's upcoming very own Exynos 7422 chipset.