It seems Samsung has finally said goodbye to the 3.5mm headphone jack on flagship models, namely the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S11.
Only about 2 months left, Samsung will officially introduce the Note generation followed by Galaxy Note 10. Before that, we have heard a lot of rumors about this Galaxy Note, one of which is Samsung will be main How to remove headphone jacks on my next flagship, causing many tech fans to be "worried" because Samsung is one of the few smartphone manufacturers also equipped with headphone ports on flagship devices. high class.
However, it has not stopped there, with the Galaxy Note 10 being completely removed from the headphone port for "some reason", we can be sure that one thing next is Galaxy S11 will no longer have ports. headphones again. There is no reason for Samsung to keep this jack if the Galaxy Note 10 is no longer available. This is an inevitable thing and Samsung will probably do the same thing.
So far Samsung has been considered as the last manufacturer to retain the traditional headphone port. Even Samsung has many times mocked Apple when iPhone / iPad devices have no headphone ports. However, the timing seems to change. Now it is 2019, three years since the first time smartphone devices removed headphone jacks, technology has gradually grown and the removal of 3.5mm headphones will only be a matter of late, even for Samsung.
This is not the first time Samsung has removed the 3.5mm headphone jack on its product lines. The Galaxy Fold is the first high-end smartphone from the company not equipped with this connection, followed by the high-end Galaxy A80 as well as the Galaxy Tab S5e tablet, which also has no 3.5mm jack. And then it seems like the Note line and finally the mainstream Galaxy S with Galaxy S11.
Of course, Samsung may argue that the removal of 3.5mm headphone jack on Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11 will help its smartphone devices have a slimmer, lighter design, as well as increase the battery capacity of machine up. These are common reasons that any manufacturer can make excuses.
With a strong focus on wireless accessories like Galaxy Buds, it's probably time for Samsung to say goodbye to the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. In the future when the wireless era becomes more and more popular, the traditional 3.5mm connection will definitely no longer stand. This connection death will only be a matter of late and Samsung is no exception.
Currently, to help readers understand the latest, hottest technology information, CellphoneS officially established fanpage "Sforum.vn technology news page”, Here information about attractive technology is always updated regularly and continuously.
Please like the page Sforum.vn Follow the following link: https://www.facebook.com/SforumTech.
Or visit the website Sforum.vn to instantly read extremely hot technology news.