1. The S Pen for the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra has been certified with the model number EJ-PS928, matching the phone’s model number SM-S928.
2. The S Pen will support Bluetooth 5.1, the same as the previous generation accessory for the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
3. The S Pen offers a low latency of just 2.8 milliseconds, a 0.7mm fine tip, and 4096 pressure levels, providing a real pen-like experience on the Ultra flagship’s smooth display.
4. The Galaxy S24 series is rumored to be unveiled in mid-January, with leaks suggesting a January 17 launch date.
S Pen for Galaxy S24 Ultra Certified with Bluetooth 5.1
Samsung’s S Pen for the upcoming Galaxy S24 Ultra has received certification in Brazil with the model number EJ-PS928, matching the phone’s model number SM-S928. A recent Bluetooth certification revealed that the S Pen will support Bluetooth 5.1, the same as the S Pen for the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
Bluetooth SIG Certifies S Pen for Galaxy S24 Ultra
The Bluetooth SIG, responsible for Bluetooth standards and licensing, has certified that the S Pen will be included with the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The certification confirms the model number and Bluetooth 5.1 support.
Same S Pen as Galaxy S23 Ultra
Samsung appears to be offering the same S Pen as the previous flagship, the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Although there hasn’t been an upgrade to a newer Bluetooth version, the current S Pen already features an incredibly low latency of 2.8 milliseconds, offering a smooth writing experience on the Ultra flagship’s display.
Potential Improvements to S Pen Experience
While the S Pen already offers a realistic writing experience, Samsung may still improve its latency to further enhance user experience. Additionally, it remains to be seen if new features and tricks have been added to the S Pen for the Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Galaxy S24 Series Launch Rumored for January
Rumors suggest that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S24 series in mid-January, specifically on January 17, which is about two weeks earlier than the Galaxy S23 series. With the launch approaching, there will likely be more leaks and information about the upcoming flagship devices.