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Thoughts on the Galaxy Note 9’s bright yellow/gold S Pen?

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Last updated: July 24th, 2018 at 15:29 UTC+02:00

Like the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9, and Galaxy Note 8, the Galaxy Note 9 will be released in a slew of fancy colors. You have the now standard black and blue, a new ‘Teddy Brown' version, and Lilac purple, a color that debuted this year with the Galaxy S9. There's a gray version as well, according to at least one rumor, though we are yet to see any solid information on that front. But what's certain is that the blue Galaxy Note 9 will have a bright yellow S Pen, with the first suggestion coming from Samsung's own teaser.

Yellow S Pen: Yay or Nay?

Thoughts on the Galaxy Note 9’s bright yellow/gold S Pen?

One of the earlier rumors had suggested the blue Note 9 will have a golden frame, but recent render leaks suggest only the S Pen will get the bright yellow hue with a little blue thrown in on the top. An odd choice for sure, making the S Pen two-tone while the phone isn't (well, unless you consider the all-black front, which makes all color variants two-tone). But if that is what Samsung actually has to offer, will the yellow and blue S Pen draw you towards the blue Note 9 or will it make you opt for another color?

Again, if the phone itself has a golden frame, the two-tone stylus will feel less out of place. But what if that's not going to be the case? What do you think of the yellow S Pen? Is it a look you can get behind, or is it something in poor taste according to you? Or would you like to just wait for a real-life look at the thing before making up your mind? Tell us in the comments!

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