One of the biggest changes for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is the design of its S-Pen – doing away with a simple S-Pen without any moving parts, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 S-Pen has added a clicking feature which lets it sit flush with the rest of the device while it is sitting in its slot. It’s this new design, however, that has come under scrutiny with news outlets covering how inserting the S-Pen backwards into the device can ruin the pen detection software and potentially get your S-Pen stuck inside the device. Check out Android Police‘s coverage on the issue:
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Source: Android Police