Samsung announced the S-Pen Pro together with the Galaxy S21 series, and said that the new work would come within the year. However, the company has been pretty quiet about it since then, and the S-Pen Pro has not been released yet. However, a recent FCC filing for the stylus not only confirms the stylus is coming, but also reports that it supports the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 as well.
The now unreleased S-Pen Pro was certified by the FCC with model number EJ-P5450. An FCC filing for a random work often indicates that the work is on the way and will be released soon. Therefore, we can expect the S-Pen Pro to launch alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 in August. This coincides with recent rumors suggesting that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will support the S-Pen. In addition, it is worth noting that the leaked images of the device shared by Evan Blass also show the S-Pen next to the part that says “Fold Edition” at the top.
The S-Pen Pro will have a battery charged via USB-C. Although it is a logical expectation that Samsung will launch it during the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 11, it should be noted that there is a possibility that the company will launch the pen in another way.
Finally, according to the label in the FCC document, the devices that S-Pen Pro is compatible with are as follows;
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite (possibly Note 10 and Note 10+)
- Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G
- Galaxy Note 20 Duo
- Galaxy Tab S7 series
- Galaxy Tab S6
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G