Samsung has added the S Pen as its flagship with the launch of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, making it even more responsive and further developing the Samsung Notes app. Designed to feel like a real pen – complete with fine pencil sound on paper as you write, the S Pen is great for taking notes, drawing, and navigating your phone.
With the S Pen, you can control the camera remotely with gestures, play music and media content, and rotate presentation slides. With the One UI 4.1 version of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the stylus lets you do more on your smartphone – making it an impressive device not only for content usage but also for creating.
However, if you are new to S Pent or have been using it for a long time, you can try it out or learn more about the One UI 4.1 Screen Write S Pen feature offered by the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Screen Write S Pen Feature
Samsung One UI 4.1-based screen burning is a quick and easy feature. It allows you to take screenshots from that screen, quote, save and share. However, if you swipe left or right on the edge of the screen to write, you can turn off gestures while using the S Pen.
In addition, the screen feature on the right makes it easy to recall photos, charts, or documents. Of course, you can also comment on the content that appears on your device. Remove the S-pen or tap the floating pen icon on the right side of the screen to open the Air Command menu.
From the menu, click Screen Write. It immediately captures the screen that you are reviewing and opens the S Pen annotation tool. You can now add notes with the S Pen, crop the image, and share your decorating ideas via email or your favorite messaging app.
For expanded files or the entire webpage, you can use scroll capture at once. To capture more pages, touch and hold the scroll capture icon (two down arrows). Then click Done to continue commenting on the extended screenshot.