The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is the latest model in Samsung’s flagship foldable series. The Galaxy Z Fold family has replaced the Galaxy note lineup as Samsung’s flagship summer launch, though the Galaxy Note lineage lives on through the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Still, as a replacement for the Galaxy Note family, you may be wondering whether the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 supports the S Pen, and the good news is it does, but there are some limitations.
Ideally, you’ll want to use only two models of the S Pen with the Galaxy Z Fold 4: the S Pen (Fold Edition) and the S Pen Pro. Both of these launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 in 2021, and they’re the same models you should use with the latest phone as well. Additionally, the S Pen will only work on the inner display of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4; the cover display does not support the S Pen.
Some other S Pen models may technically work, but there’s a big risk at play here. Those S Pen models are designed for typical glass-covered screens, which means you can apply plenty of natural force without causing any damage to the display. With the Galaxy Z Fold 4, the inner display is more fragile, and applying too much force with the S Pen can puncture the screen.
The S Pen (Fold Edition) and S Pen Pro have a unique pen tip, which retracts into the pen when you apply too much force, preventing damage to the display. So, while you could theoretically take the S Pen from a Galaxy S22 Ultra and try to use it on your Galaxy Z Fold 4, you have to be extra careful, and in fact, the phone will warn you if you’re using an S Pen model that can damage the display.
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