Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 Lite is expected to further enhance the Stylus feature s PPen, according to the newly approved Bluetooth 5.1 certification. Although similar to the previously approved Bluetooth 5.0 certification file, there are slightly different in detail, the most obvious difference being that the 5.1 certification shows precise location tracking. This, in turn, suggests that S Pen is expected to support location tracking.
That means the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is likely to be Samsung’s first phone to track the S Pen. This provides additional security to ensure that the S Pen is not lost. At the same time, Samsung is expected to provide features such as geotagging notes and photographs.
Samsung has added a number of new features to the S Pen in recent years, such as gestures and remote features with the help of Bluetooth LE. In addition to adding Bluetooth 5.1 support, Samsung can add more multitasking capabilities to the S Pen, making the stylus an integral part of the Note family.