The “long history” of the 3.5mm headphone jack of the Samsung Galaxy Note series is coming to an end. Although Samsung has persisted for several years after Apple, Google, Motorola, and other companies canceled the 3.5mm headphone jack, Samsung will cancel the 3.5mm headphone jack on the latest Note 10.
According to photos published by the FCC, the top and bottom of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, except for the S-Pen slot, did not find other circular slots, which means that the 3.5mm headphone jack does not exist. According to the report, the FCC seems to have shared these pictures “wrongly” (hand slipped?) because Samsung’s agreement requires that the photos related to Note 10 participating in the test be kept confidential.
According to our previous news, this year’s Galaxy Note10 series will have a very narrow border with a perforated screen, the punch is located in the middle of the top of the screen, looks bigger than the Galaxy S10. There are three cameras on the back of the phone and a flash on the right. The bump on the left side of the border may be the volume button and the Bixby button, but there seems to be no power button on the right side. It is not clear why, and it must be confirmed by the official release on August 7.
As for the S Pen, it is rumored that it will get more features this year, support Bluetooth, and have a larger battery. But in this photo, it looks exactly the same as the other S Pens that Samsung introduced.