With just two months along now and the potential launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 10, details about the phone are presently becoming finer yet unclear, true to form of bits of gossip and speculations.
For quite a long time, Samsung has used the Galaxy Note line to introduce groundbreaking highlights to its flagship phones, which bode well that huge plan changes are anticipated of the Galaxy Note 10 when it arrives. Two of the most discussed changes are about the headphone jack and physical buttons in favor of the phone.
A recent report claims the Note 10 will dump the 3.5mm headphone jack, much like the doomed Galaxy Fold. Samsung and LG are the main major smartphone vendors who have kept confidence in the famous audio jack since it began disappearing on flagship phones a couple of years ago, yet it appears the end of the road is here for Sammy.
This isn’t the first time such reports are springing up, however, expecting the Note 10 to keep the headphone jack presently seems futile. Given this is what has kept a vast majority of people in Samsung’s camp, it will be interesting to see the market response once the device goes on sale.
The similar report additionally recommends that the Note 10 will ditch all physical buttons for weight delicate zones on the edges featured by a raised bump or texture. Yet as per a known leaker, Ice Universe, this won’t be the case.
Obviously, the original Note 10 design was supposed to ditch the physical buttons, yet it didn’t pass Samsung’s rigorous testing and along these lines dropped. This implies that Samsung will stay with physical buttons on the Note 10.
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As noted before, the Note line has been used on various events to usher in new plans and highlights, however, of late, this mantle appears to have been passed over to the Galaxy A lineup. We saw it a year ago when the Infinity O display originally debuted on a Galaxy A device before clearing away to the Galaxy S series.
Without a doubt, we could see a Samsung Galaxy A gadget with no physical buttons before the year closes, which will at that point move over to the Galaxy S11 and later Note 11.