Before it started exploding, the Note 7 was being commended for its S Pen stylus that featured 4,096 levels of pressure, making it "most precise S Pen yet".
And while it scrambles to deal with the Note 7s battery issues, the company is seemingly making plans for future S Pens innovations.
A patent filing via PatentlyMobile from March reveals Sammy's stylus design ambitions, essentially showcasing an S Pen that comes with a speaker attached.
Well, we're not entirely sure at this point, and things get even more baffling when you dig deeper.
Samsung's idea is to put a speaker on the top of the 'accessory device' read: S Pen , which would act as the smartphone's speaker when docked in the stylus slot, or 'accommodation space'.
The stylus would include a speaker system, which would carry sound through the S Pen itself and emit it through the top of the stylus.