Samsung is keeping busy these days, patenting a series of products, including a sort of S Pen cover, that turns any handset into a Galaxy Note apparently. This may well be a direction adopted by future handsets, including the Galaxy S7.

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The documents show a special cover that has a Note Edge-style facade and a holder for an S Pen. The accessory can be attached to the front of the device and inserted into its special slot. Said slot is bulkier than the rest of the case, but it has a nifty elongated design. An interesting element here is that the cutouts for the front camera and sensor don’t resemble anything that’s on the market right now.

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This could mean that it’s either destined for a yet unlaunched phone or it’s just a generic placeholder of a Galaxy unit. In the future, this could make all Samsung phones able to hold on to their S Pen devices and basically eliminate the need for a separate Note series. Screen enhancements and sensors would also have to be implemented though.

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via galaxyclub.nl

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