Mai Nguyên, an owner of mobile tech stores and adjacent tech blog posted the above image on his Facebook page with tips that the S Pen may also let you write on the phablet under water. Well, given that the Note 7 is widely expected to be as waterproof as its smaller Galaxy S7 and S7 edge siblings, this only makes sense. What we are curious about, though, if the claim for underwater writing holds water in the end, is how exactly has Samsung managed to pull that off, considering how deep the stylus silo goes into the phone’s chassis.
And since several of Samsungs Note 7 models for the US market has been approved by the FCC, this image is not likely to be a render. It could be the actual Galaxy Note 7