Samsung have recently filed a patent for a new state of the art capacitive stylus with quite a few tricks rolled up its sleeves. The first is an embedded NFC chip that would make pairing with a device as easy as touching the two together. The second is a built-in headset like the stylus on the Asus PadFone, which can be used as a headset for talks.

What’s more, there will be a conductive ePen Grip rubbery material towards the tip, which will be sending micro-current from your body to the capacitive display, thus fooling it that it is touched with a finger, and eliminating or reducing the lag that is often associated with these styli.
Samsung working on the second S Pen stylus generation, to fool the screen it is touched with a finger
While the patent certainly fits into Samsung’s current device strategy with the Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1, there is no guarantee that such a concept will ever see the light of day. Given the nature of what is described, it wouldn’t be surprising to hear a device of this sort announced over the coming months (maybe at Google I/O) who konows ?