Samsung May Ditch The Headphone Jack And Physical Buttons On The Galaxy Note 10
Dhir Acharya - May 31, 2019
Recently, the Galaxy Note 10 camera design surfaced on the Internet. And now, according to a new report, the device will not include a headphone jack.
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We are looking forward to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which will take place this August. Just a couple of days ago, the device’s camera design surfaced on the Internet. And now, according to a new report, the Note 10 will not include a headphone jack.
It was also suggested by the report that the flagship will ditch the power key, as well as buttons for Bixby and volume. Androidpolice reports that the company will instead use capacitive or pressure-sensitive areas. It’s likely that the Galaxy Note 10 will offer something like in the HTC U12+. The cited source added that the Korean giant may or may not highlight the touch areas with a raised bump or some texture along the phone’s edge.
Unlike several premium smartphones that ditch the headphone jack, the Note series kept it. So, if the rumor is true, Samsung fan may have something to be annoyed with.
In addition, according to previous reports, the upcoming flagship of the Galaxy Note series may come with UFS 3.0 storage support and LPDDR4X memory. And if leaks and rumors turn out to be true, the Note 10 will have a Super AMOLED screen that’s as large as 6.57 inches. Also, it may pack the Snapdragon 855 SoC and house four rear cameras.
In the rear camera setup, there might be a 40MP main sensor, a 28MP secondary camera, a 20MP lens, and an 8MP sensor. Plus, it’s possible that the Galaxy Note 10 will come in two size variants. Meanwhile, some reports claim that Samsung may release four different models of this device, one of which may carry only three cameras on the back but support 5G networks.