Poll results: How often do you use the S Pen stylus of your Galaxy Note 3?

Poll results: How often do you use the S Pen stylus of your Galaxy Note 3?
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been out on the market for about six months already, that's why we asked its hopefully owners, about the frequency of their S Pen stylus usage. 

Given the new Air Command navigation wheel, the upgraded pressure sensitivity, as well as the proliferation of S Pen-tailored apps in the Play Store, one would think that the stylus on the Note 3 would receive more love than the one on the Note II, for instance. 

Alas, that would be largely incorrect, as, in comparison with our poll on the Note/Note II stylus, a smaller percentage of you responded that they are using their stylus on a regular basis - 22.34% versus 31.55%  last year. In addition, more than a third of the respondents have barely taken the stylus out of its silo for anything, except maybe showing it off in front of friends and family. Last year, just 22% said they've left the stylus to gather dust in the lower right corner of the phone. Still, in both polls, over 40% are using the S Pen every now and then, which bodes well for its usefulness in those future iterations of the Note line.

How often do you use the S Pen stylus of your Samsung Galaxy Note 3? (2014)

Using it all the time now for drawing, handwriting, clipping, annotating, or simply doodling
22.34%
I take it out sometimes, like to scribble a quick note, or start a Pen Window
42.37%
The stylus? Oh, yeah, I showed it off, and it's been grounded since
35.29%

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Galaxy Note3
  • Display 5.7 inches
    1920 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP (Single camera)
    2 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
    3GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 3200 mAh
  • OS Android 5.0 Lollipop

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