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Samsung opens up S Pen SDK to devs

0. phoneArena 28 Nov 2011, 08:01 posted on

Strong sales of the Samsung Galaxy S II have fueled Samsung’s phone division success and as the demand persists the Korean company has revised its 2011 sales forecast upwards…

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posted on 28 Nov 2011, 09:07 3

1. remixfa (Posts: 14080; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)


nice poke at the samsung commercials victor. i giggled. :)


A revision upwards? So that means its selling even more than expected.... and its already the #1 selling android phone world wide. Hmm.. that sounds like the opposite of what certain people keep trying to tell us. :)

posted on 28 Nov 2011, 17:38 2

2. dieztrict (Posts: 4; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)


I wish this feature added to Samsung Galaxy S II (it would be lovely).

posted on 28 Nov 2011, 23:19 1

4. ph00ny (Posts: 606; Member since: 26 May 2011)


won't work. Note's stylus doesn't work on s2 (i tried it already)

posted on 01 Feb 2012, 11:43 1

6. 7abib (Posts: 1; Member since: 01 Feb 2012)


please can you tell me how I can put (s pen sdk) into my G Note

posted on 28 Nov 2011, 22:19

3. JGuinan007 (Posts: 638; Member since: 19 May 2011)


So how bout an article about the AT&T variant being released in Feb with no front buttons, ICS, NFC, Super Amoled Plus display, and LTE or do we have to wait til MWC

posted on 29 Nov 2011, 01:33

5. ilia1986 (unregistered)


You see people?

Samsung developed the S-Pen applications and software themselves and even though they are marketing it as a unique feature of one device - they are releasing the SDK freely to developers.

That's what Samsung does

Apple bought the Siri technology and software from an independent company (by buying that company), closed down the original application which was available to all of the devices, and marketed it as a unique feature of one device - and one device only - while also not giving anything to the developers or anyone else.

That's what Apple does.

See the difference?

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