Samsung Galaxy Note10 appeared in the Galaxy Notes app with a handwriting-to-text feature, and the Korean firm vowed that the OneUI 2.0 beta would cover other devices. Okay, we didn’t have to wait as long as Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy Note8 users got the feature as an update today.
According to the article, if your mobile can update the Samsung Notes app to version 3.1.04.16, you can use your finger to write the functionality even without the need for a S Pen. A quick check on a Samsung Galaxy S10+, however, shows that not all phones are having the feature, although for now it may be a business restriction.
In addition to translating words, the handwriting-to-text function can also export the text to a Microsoft Word file. You can zoom in and out when making a note, and in handwriting mode there are a lot more types to choose from. Just go to the About page and update it to check if your Galaxy Notes app has the feature.