1. ahg2003's Avatar
    Went to BestBuy to checkout Note 5 yesterday. I wasn't able to grip the S pen properly, I noticed that the S pen on Note 5 is smooth unlike S pen on Note 4 which has ridges.

    Just want to know if you own both, do you feel S pen on Note 4 is easy to grip and use? I wonder why Samsung removed the ridges which would help in holding this thin pen.
    08-18-2015 01:09 PM
  2. AllPhones's Avatar
    Went to BestBuy to checkout Note 5 yesterday. I wasn't able to grip the S pen properly, I noticed that the S pen on Note 5 is smooth unlike S pen on Note 4 which has ridges.

    Just want to know if you own both, do you feel S pen on Note 4 is easy to grip and use? I wonder why Samsung removed the ridges which would help in holding this thin pen.
    Yeah, I like the ridges as well. The N5 pen is a little slippery if you pay attention to it and trying to pry it from the hands versus the N4 ridged pen. But since I hold the pen light and writing is very smooth on both the N4 and N5 it's not a big deal for me. I like the "clicky" pen. Also if you noticed in the pick the N4 pen is more square and the N5 is oval shaped which is another reason it's a little more slippery.

    Do you find Note 5 S pen slippery?-oval.jpg

    Do you find Note 5 S pen slippery?-pens.jpg
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    08-18-2015 03:40 PM
  3. ahg2003's Avatar
    Thanks for the pictures. I was trying to find the side by side pictures for my original post
    08-18-2015 03:48 PM

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