Samsung introduced one of its most representative products, the Galaxy Note, back in 2011: it was soon nicknamed as a “phablet”, the first of a category of smartphones larger than the norm back then, but paradoxically still smaller than most of current days “normal “smartphones. The first Galaxy Note sported a 5.3” AMOLED display, and – most important – included a stylus, the S Pen, which the user could store inside the device. For a decade, the Note has been the only pen-enabled smartphone in the Samsung portfolio. The whole Note interface has evolved around its stylus, providing a unique experience with a custom interface. The S Pen itself stands today as an evolution of the original: you can still use it to take notes and interact with the device in various ways, also using it as a remote to take a selfie and more. And that’s why Samsung Galaxy Note has become the ultimate digital pocket notebook, loved by many creatives and professionals around the world. At the core of this unique user experience lies the ultra-powerful Samsung Notes app.