Summer also means it is time for rumors about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note device, which is usually announced around August, to start spinning. However, the news may not be what you want to hear: The Galaxy Note celebrates 10 years may be where Samsung officially executes the presence of the headphone jack on the phablet line (smartphone + tablet).
According to Android Police, Samsung may be preparing to release two sizes for the Galaxy Note 10 – a conventional device and a smaller device (compared to the standard of the Note line) – which will not include a headphone jack. 3.5mm or physical button dedicated to Bixby. Initial reports said the rumored device had a fingerprint sensor that incorporates a power button sensor on the Galaxy S10E.
Although earlier rumors show that Samsung is trying to remove buttons on the Note 10, but an update to the original report of the AP, said the physical buttons can still appear on the Note 10 to control Adjust the volume. The render model also began to be leaked, displaying a giant screen and a reset camera at the back.
Removing the buttons is one thing because Samsung has been trying to make its products more minimalist with in-screen design, even unibody. But removing the headphone jack will be a controversial move for a company that has long advertised this feature compared to competitors. And if Note plans to retain the stylus, it will still need a slot to save the S Pen, partly eliminating the "for a larger volume", "to add a larger battery capacity."
It is still relatively early to believe the rumors, but we should hear more about the device as the summer continues. Until the annual Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event takes place on August 7, all questions are still open.