S Pen Pro to Support Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Confirmed via FCC

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 to Support S Pen Pro Confirmed via FCC Listing– Since the first Samsung Galaxy Note launched back in 2011, users got the opportunity to use S Pen for the very first time. Within a short period of time, Samsung was able to create a fan base for the Galaxy Note series. Which later got bigger and bigger with improvements in the device as well as the S Pen.

Recently, many leaks were flooded around pointing out the S Pen Pro, to be added as an extra accessory for the Galaxy Z Fold 3. By doing so, users will get wide open space to use their skills with the futuristic foldable device.

FCC just cleared the unannounced S Pen Pro with the product number EJ-P5450. This accessory was announced alongside the normal S Pen for the Galaxy S21 Ultra in January 2021, but it was never released, however, Samsung teased a release later this year.

S Pen Pro Connectivity

S Pen Pro compatibility has been confirmed by the FCC
S Pen Pro Connectivity

Unlike the standard S Pen model that was introduced earlier this year, the S Pen Pro features Bluetooth LE connectivity, which means it supports Air Gestures. The Pro model is also bigger and has a built-in battery.

Device Compatible With S Pen Pro

The S Pen Pro will be compatible with the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, Galaxy Note 20 pair, Galaxy Tab S7 series, Galaxy Tab S6, and, of course, the future Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, according to the official label that was attached to the FCC files.

Samsung has yet to confirm an exact date for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which is scheduled to launch at Unpacked in August. Also, Sales are expected to begin in the first week of September for the devices.

Also Read: Samsung May Sale Spen As An Accessory Which Can Be Used With Galaxy Z Fold 3

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