Samsung Galaxy Note 10 To Retain 3.5 MM Jack Claims Report
The announcement for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is right around the corner. Various reports and leaks regarding the device have already made many rounds on the internet. However, A new report from a reliable source seems to confirm and disprove a few of the aforementioned rumours from the past.
5. No noticeable software changes.— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) June 21, 2019
6. No top speaker grill and much smaller bezels.
7. Power and volume on the left side.
8. "3 cams vertical on small one
3 vertical plus one more on pro under the flash to the right of the stack"
9. Both are centered single hole punch cameras.
Max Weinbach, the source, went on Twitter (goes by @mweinbachXDA) to list a series of features and design specifications. Weinbach allegedly received the information from his source who gave out a total of 9 details regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10. All of these were shared in the tweet thread. The first thing to be unveiled was the retention of the 3.5mm headphone jack by the upcoming Note series, which may be unlikely considering the leaked renders and cases that have been seen so far.
The South Korean company is apparently not making any new major overhauls with the S-Pen that is claimed to be similar to the Galaxy Note 9‘s pen. Furthermore, the tweet also reported the removal of expandable storage from the standard version of the Galaxy Note 10. Samsung is also reported to not making any new major additions to the software and UI of the upcoming flagship handset. The device will run on the Android 9 Pie based One UI.
Reportedly, there will no longer be a speaker grill on the top of the smartphone leading bezels to be much smaller than its predecessor. Interestingly, the volume rockers and the power button will now both be found together on the left side, a small but notable design change. The tweet also goes on to confirm the vertical setup for the 3 camera sensors, while the fourth being under the flash to the right in the Pro variant.
Finally, both of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 versions will be equipped with an infinity-O display. The punch-hole cameras will be embedded right in the middle of the top portion of the screen. Again, these speculations have yet to be confirmed by the company and the only addressal that might be received will be in the form of an official launch. The highly anticipated flagship is set for an announcement in August for those interested customers. Updates will follow regarding the launch and more as additional information is available.