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LG V60 and its Dual Screen attachment support Active Stylus pens

The LG V60 ThinQ was recently introduced and launched to the wider public as LG's newest flagship smartphone. We recently went hands-on with it, and we found it to be a reliable flagship smartphone that is decently priced. While the phone itself doesn't have many "wow" factors, it does come with a Dual Screen attachment,...

The Moto Z4 apparently supports styluses like the Microsoft Surface Pen

Stylus support in smartphones is not a common feature. The most notable devices with stylus support are obviously the Samsung Galaxy Note series, but we haven't seen it in many other handsets. Apparently, the Moto Z4 has support for stylus', but Motorola didn't make a big deal about it. Moto Z4 XDA Forums The Moto Z4 was...

New Chromebook code-named “Hatch” will have Intel’s Comet Lake, fingerprint scanner, stylus, and backlit keyboard

While Android tablets seem to be a dying breed, Chromebooks are thriving more than ever. What was once an exclusively affordable device has now branched out to the premium market and with that, we are seeing a number of new products hitting the market. Late last year there were reports of a new Chromebook that...

[Update: Black and Brown] Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks in Lilac Purple and Coral Blue

As the launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 draws ever closer, leaks are starting to appear with more frequency. We already know a lot about its souped-up S Pen, including the ability to take photos and control your music. That's not all though, as you can create your own shortcuts, use it to...

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen features confirmed via Galaxy Tab S4 firmware

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is launching in just under 3 weeks, which means it's time for the leaks to start intensifying. The S Pen on the Samsung Galaxy Note series of smartphones is what makes the Note, well, the Note. This year's upgrade of the Galaxy Note series is going to include an updated,...

Snapdragon 845 Chromebook likely has a Wacom pressure sensitive smart stylus

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 powered Chromebook likely has a Wacom pressure sensitive smart stylus, according to a commit made on the Chromium Gerrit. We already knew it was likely going to include a stylus, but this is not your regular stylus. Wacom provides some of the world's leading technology in interactive pen displays and styluses. This...

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render reveals few changes from the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is just a little under a month away from launching. The leaks so far have included a 4,000 mah battery capacity, an unofficial 3D render of the phone, and S-Pen upgrades. Now, AndroidHeadlines has obtained a press render of the front of the device. This picture confirms the inclusion of...

The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 has an upgraded Intel chip for $499

It has been almost a year and a half since Samsung announced the Samsung Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus. The Chromebook Pro gets most of the attention since it has more impressive specs, but the Chromebook Plus is still a great device. In fact, it was the second Chromebook to get Linux apps. Samsung has...

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 renders show dual rear cameras and fingerprint scanner

Samsung's Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series are always some of the most hyped-up phones of the year. We are almost in the second half of 2018, so it's right about time to see what Samsung has to offer again. We already saw the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+ earlier this year. The...

The LG Q Stylus is a mid-range smartphone designed for handwriting input

There was a time when we thought LG was going to dive headfirst into the stylus smartphone market. It was rumored that the company was going to be taking the stylus as serious as Samsung with its 1,000+ levels of pressure sensitivity and full software support. That type of commitment is nice for those who...

LG is Rumored to Unveil New K, X, and Stylus Series Phones at CES 2017

LG hasn't had the best year in 2016, but the company is hoping that some new low-end and mid-range devices will boost sales next year. With a new CEO at the helm of the South Korean technology company, LG is hoping to turn around their misfortunes for the upcoming year. A new rumor we're hearing through the...

Samsung Hints at Feature Changes in Android N: Better Stylus Support?

We don't yet know much about Android N (after all, we're still a few months away from the next I/O) but we do know that Google works quite closely with several major OEMs to ensure that the OEMs can get the update incorporated into their own devices as fast as they possibly can. This means that...