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Join Date: Jan 2011
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Originally Posted by Billy Madison
Don't know. Probably they have exclusive rights on Wacom's digitizers in smartblets. Anyway on all other's flagship smartphones you can just easily wright and paint with simple key, pen or pencil, having almost same pixel by pixel accuracy. Noone needs SPen really
They don't have exclusive rights but Samsung did buy a small single digit percentage of WACOM recently. Its a safe assumption to say they most likely get preferential pricing and more access to development resources and time lines.
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