Korean smartphone manufacturer. Samsung is looking forward to removing the headphone jack and all the physical buttons from it’s Galaxy Note 10 smartphone. Until now, the company has shipped all of its major smartphones with 3.5mm headphone jack instead of a true wireless Technology but now a company has changed its mind and is now going on to remove 3.5 mm headphone jack from Galaxy Note 10.
This is not a single change which is going to reflect in the Galaxy Note 10, the company is also looking forward to removing all the physical buttons from Samsung Galaxy Note 10 which is the biggest change going to reflect in the Samsung’s smartphone. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is likely to use capacitive or pressure-sensitive areas instead of physical buttons for power and volume, Android Police reports.
However, Samsung is quite lagging behind some of the other Smartphone manufacturers like Apple, Huawei, and OnePlus who have already removed the 3.5 mm connector from their latest flagship phones and replaced with Bluetooth connectivity. This decision has been taken by most of the smartphone manufacturers because of the great increase in the rate of interest of buyers towards the Bluetooth headset over the past few years.
As for the physical buttons, it does seem like an interesting move. One logical explanation could be a better, probably stronger, unibody frame for the phone. This could also translate into the Galaxy Note 10 is a more premium device this year. Of course, all of these are based purely on rumors and speculations floating around.
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