You may remember last year when the Galaxy Note 5 arrived there were a lot of complaints from certain users who had damaged their phone in the most interesting way. You see they had taken the S-Pen stylus and jammed it back inside the body of the phone backwards- damaging the case and getting it pretty well stuck in there.
It's tough to place much blame on Samsung for this blatantly human error but still the company has gone to great lengths to ensure that it doesn't happen with their new model, the Note 7. Now if you try to push the pen in the wrong way, that is with the nib end facing outwards, you'll come to a point where you can't push any further. And that's when you stop, look down at your hand and realise that you are sorely mistaken.
This measure should be enough to ensure that users don't end up with a frustrating problem and you can be sure Samsung will persist with system messages around the new S-Pen. The latest design for this stylus on the Note 7 includes a thinner tip for more a more natural writing experience as well as water and dust resistance for the first time.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be available in early September, 2016.