Check out this crazy Samsung S-Pen patent with a breathalyzer built-in


The S-Pen has become an integral part of the Galaxy Note experience and Samsung has done a good job of iterating over the years to make it feel new and fresh with each subsequent release of the Galaxy Note series. However, a new patent has surfaced that shows some of the crazy ideas Samsung has considered for the beloved S-Pen.

This patent recently discovered appears to show an S-Pen with a microphone as well as a breathalyzer built into it. It’s quite understandable why Samsung would try to integrate a microphone, but the breathalyzer is throwing me for a loop.

Alongside this strange patent, Samsung says that the device features a sensor that can analyze a person’s exhalation and could be bundled into a stylus, suggesting that it could be a future part of the Galaxy Note series if it ever came to light.

“The gas sensor portion may include a sensor module that analyzes the exhalation, a short-range transceiver unit that transmits data measured by the sensor module to the device main body, a sensor battery that supplies an electric power to the sensor module and the short-range transceiver unit, and a housing that receives the sensor module, the short-range transceiver unit, and the sensor battery, the housing rotatably connected to the moving body.”

It’s interesting to think about the applications of a breathalyzer inside an S-Pen, but it’s probably unlikely that Samsung will use it for widespread commercial purposes. Companies patent crazy ideas all the time just to hold the rights to the idea.

What do you think of this idea? Let us know in the comments.
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