The original Galaxy Note hit stores some nine years ago. That device helped spur a revolution in the way we see a modern-day large-screen sized smartphone. Fast forward to 2019, Samsung still offers the Galaxy Note series and the iconic S Pen has gained several new enhancements and features.
But today, Samsung is at the crossroads. Its Galaxy S series flagships have evolved to an extent that the line between the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S phones have blurred. That leads to another question: How does Samsung differentiate between the Note and Galaxy S smartphones? Is the S Pen enough to invest in an expensive Galaxy Note phone?