As anticipated, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will support the S Pen, and the manufacturer has also shown two new S Pens. Two new S Pens, including the S Pen Pro, were released with the Galaxy S21’s introduction.
You may use the S Pen from the Note series as well as the S Pen Pro, which will be available at the end of the year, with the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G because it supports both stylus kinds.
The new S Pen Pro will feature Bluetooth and Air Gestures, exactly like the S Pen that was included with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra last year. Although the S Pen Pro’s size has not yet been confirmed, it will be significantly bigger than the stylus used with the Note series.
It may be utilized for media control and presentations thanks to Bluetooth and Air Gesture capabilities. Regarding the S Pen Pro, there have been no recent developments, and the cost has not yet been disclosed.
It won’t be available until the end of the year, so it isn’t currently feasible to determine whether it will be wireless or wired. Due to its increased size over the standard S Pen, it will be more comfortable.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra, Galaxy Note 10/20 series, and Galaxy Tab S6/S7 are all compatible with the S Pen Pro when using the OneUI 3.1 stylus.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra’s S Pen cannot be inserted into a slot like it can with the Notes series, although a carrying cover can be purchased separately and carried along with the phone.
Due to the lack of a battery, the current S Pen for the Galaxy S21 Ultra does not support Bluetooth. One feature is that if you push the button on the pen while the phone is close to the display, the phone can identify some shortcuts thanks to Wacom technology.
Additionally, Samsung provides assistance for the S Pen from independent vendors of styluses with a Wacom-like design. According to him, the current S Pen alone costs $40, and the case will cost an additional $70. S Pen features are also anticipated to be included in the future Galaxy S series in 2022 and after.