But are those features really requested or is it just the big screen and powerful specs that people are buying? Most importantly, is the S Pen the kind of true innovation that you, the customers, want to see in phones, including the stylus-enabled software with all those fancy hover actions? Or do you see through that and consider the S Pen nothing more than a gimmick, another feature with doubtful practical significance that would lure people into spending their money? And why? Hit us with your thoughts on that in the comments below.
- Samsung's Galaxy Note II and its magic S Pen: real innovation or a gimmick?
- The S Pen is an example of real innovation with hover actions, quick notes during call and a better drawing app! 67.44% (1081 votes) (1081 votes)
- The S Pen is merely a nice gimmick. Real innovation is in chips, interfaces and screen technology! 32.56% (522 votes) (522 votes)