At the top of the right-hand screen is another camera, a 4MP f/1.8 under-display camera for taking video calls. Rather than make this a simple cut-out, Samsung added a layer of LEDs that copy the surrounding pixels to make it less visible. But while the camera is harder to spot when someone else is using the phone, it remains quite visible when holding it; like looking at something through a mesh screen door.
Both the main display and the outer display support Samsung’s S Pen stylus (£44, Samsung.com), but not the one found on previous Note devices due to a risk of damaging the screen. Instead, users will need to pick up the new S Pen Fold or Pro (£99, Samsung.com), which slots into an optional phone case rather than inside the phone’s body akin to the Note range. Unfortunately, Samsung did not provide us with a stylus to test, but in a brief hands-on, the pen appeared to work decently.