Galaxy Note 10: Samsung explains why the headphone jack is gone


Galaxy Note 10
Galaxy Note 10: Samsung explains why the headphone jack is gone
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ were all freshly presented by their manufacturer. On stage, the representatives of the South Korean brand have obviously focused on the design, performance and many features of both smartphones, but the disappearance of the 3.5 mm jack on these new products was not mentioned.

However, behind the scenes, a Samsung spokesperson agreed to answer The Verge on this issue. As expected, the latter says that removing this connector allows making room for a wider battery. Note that the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ respectively have 3500 and 4300 mAh – against 3400 and 4100 for the S10 and S10 +.

In addition, the manager added that this removal grants better haptic feedback. Because there is more hollow space at the place of the jack. Note, however, that there is always a cavity to accommodate the S Pen.

Samsun Galaxy Note 10

Now, it will be necessary to see if the users most attached to the jack will be convinced or not by these few arguments. Remember that Samsung has long been a defender of this connection and even made fun of Apple and its dongles. But the leader of the mobile phone has gradually succumbed in turn to market trends.

Feel free to read our article that contains all the details of the two Galaxy Note 10. Remember that pre-orders have started while sales are scheduled for August 23rd.

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