It has only been a couple of months since Samsung’s flagship series Galaxy S10 has released. Yet, the rumor mill has been extremely busy in churning out rumors regarding the other Samsung flagship series, the Galaxy Note 10.
Galaxy Note 10 can be seen as a beefed up version of the Galaxy S10 Plus with a bigger battery, bigger display, and the signature S-Pen. It has been sort of the phone that had everything a power user can look for in an Android device. Heck, Samsung is probably one of the last manufacturers still holding on to the beloved headphone jack.
Samsung has always played safe with the Galaxy Note Series, putting together as many features as possible together. But, probably, no anymore!
But it seems like things are going to change in the future versions of the Samsung flagship devices. Yes, if the rumors are to be believed, we may not see the headphone jack in the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. What’s more? We may not even see any of the physical buttons, such as volume/power buttons, in the device. Please note that these are still very early rumors and if I were you, I’d take these with a pinch of salt. Adding to that, the well know leakster @UniverseIce on twitter has said that the Galaxy Note 10 is more about stability:
Note10 pursues stability and maturity. In the first version, Note10 did not have physical buttons. It was very radical but it did not pass Samsung's rigorous testing, so the final version of Note10 still retains physical buttons.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 31, 2019
It is not the first time we are seeing a device without any physical buttons. There was Vivo Apex, the HTC U12 Plus, and even the Meizu Zero. But still, it is very unlike Samsung to make these drastic changes to their very well received Galaxy Note series. After all, Samsung has always played safe with the Galaxy Note Series, putting together as many features as possible together. But, probably, no anymore!
So, what’s your opinion on this whole no-headphone jack thing with Samsung? Are we ready for a Galaxy Note with no headphone jack? Let us know in the comments below!
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