The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to go official in January 2024, and we've already seen its CAD renders which revealed its design. Thanks to the FCC, we now know what the Galaxy S24 Ultra's S-Pen will look like.Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra leaked render
The Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra's S-Pen got certified by the FCC, moving the smartphone closer to launch. The stylus has BLE connectivity and looks similar to the S23 Ultra's S-Pen. FCC's documents include a grey/graphite color model, but we might see more color options corresponding to the phone's color.
According to the FCC, the Galaxy S24 Ultra's S-Pen has model code EJ-PS928 and a frequency range of 2,402 - 2,480 MHz. The stylus is 104.64mm long, but FCC hasn't mentioned its weight. It's also unclear if it will have any IP rating.
If Samsung is planning to introduce the Galaxy S24 series in January, you can expect more details about the lineup to surface in the coming weeks.
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