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The Galaxy Note 10 will still have physical hard keys, but the 3.5mm headphone jack does not


Next generation Galaxy Note 10 will still be equipped with physical hard keys, but there will be no traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.

Just a few days ago, there were rumors that the Note Note, the next-generation Galaxy Note 10, would be removed by Samsung as well as the physical hard drive and 3.5mm headphone jack. This rumor made many users feel "confused". However, recently there are some new reports that deny the rumors.

Specifically, according to what Ice Universe leaked on Twitter, Galaxy Note 10 will still be equipped with physical hard keys like previous generations. He also said Samsung had previously tested a physical hard-key prototype, but it did not pass Samsung's "strict" test and was canceled.

Although it will still be equipped with physical hard keys, however, Ice Universe said the Galaxy S10 will be Samsung's second flagship device without a 3.5mm headphone jack. This is probably an unhappy news for tech fans, especially samfans, when Samsung has long ago taken the 3.5mm jack to "keep" users, as well as being proud of themselves. One of the few smartphone manufacturers also retains the 3.5mm jack on flagship lines.

As expected, the Galaxy Note 10 will be officially released by Samsung in August at the Unpack Galaxy event.

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