Leaks and rumours surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 have been flying consistently for the past few weeks, and we have some more for you. This time around it's about some huge upgrades to the new S-Pen.
Renowned leaker Ice Universe may have just confirmed some massive upgrades with its latest tweet, which alleges that the updated S-Pen will be contain a long-range self timer, have the ability to control music playback and something yet-to-be-revealed involving Bluetooth.
The Galaxy Note9 SPen can be used to control a long-range self-timer, control music playback, because it is a Bluetooth device, it will do something unrelated to the pen.
The Galaxy Note9 SPen can be used to control long-range self-timer, control music playback, because it is a Bluetooth device, it will do something unrelated to the pen. pic.twitter.com/WPS83xUskq
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 1, 2018
This tweet comes a week after the account teased that the latest generation S-Pen may have the biggest update ever.
Do you often use SPen for Galaxy Note? The Note9 SPen feature is worth the wait.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 24, 2018
Galaxy Note9 S Pen is a pen with a soul. It may be the biggest update in the history of the S Pen.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 25, 2018
We assumed that there would be some exciting upgrades to the S-Pen, especially after how much it featured in the teaser for Samsung's next Unpacked event, which is happening on August 10.
Bluetooth inclusion in the S-Pen has already been rumoured for awhile, as has possible gameplay features and even the potential for it to work as a Bluetooth speaker.
Samsung have remained tight lipped around all leaks and rumours to date, so it will be interesting to see ow accurate this one is, and if the new S-Pen will be a game changer, or simply the next generation of a phone accessory that some customers won't bother using.
Of course, leaks should always be regarded with a healthy dose of skepticism. While Ice Universe has been right about a lot of its leaks in the past, the account isn't full proof.
A design from last month had people thinking that it could be next year's Samsung S10 — not that the account ever explicitly said that). However, it turned out to be a Photoshop job.
We won't know how many Galaxy Note 9 "leaks" are a reality until August 10, but we'll still be keeping a keen eye on the rumour mill.
The rumour mill is churning around the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and this time it's whispering that it may be more powerful than originally thought.