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Samsung possibly to ditch 3.5mm headphone jack in Galaxy S11 or Note 10

11 October 2018 2

As Samsung launched its flagship in the Note lineup in the shape of Galaxy Note 9, we have already begun seeing rumors and speculations regarding the next year’s successor Galaxy Note 10. There might have some considerable changes from Note 8 to Note 9, one of the things that remained unchanged was the 3.5 mm headphone when comparing Galaxy Note 9 with Galaxy Note 8. Samsung remains among the few smartphone manufacturers now that were still holding on to the 3.5mm headphone jack while on the contrary, Apple moved on about three years ago.


Earlier, rumors suggested that Samsung would be ditching this feature in the flagship launching fall of next year which means that it could be Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy S11 launching in 2020. Currently, it’s not sure as to why Samsung is still holding on to the 3.5mm headphone jack, though chances are that the Korean tech giant might make a switch soon as it continues to push its wireless headphone accessories and Samsung Buds coming up next year.

Removing the 3.5mm headphone could also help Samsung improve the battery capacity of its smartphones. Would you miss 3.5mm headphone jack in the near future as the feature is already ditched by increasing number of smartphone manufacturers following the footsteps of Apple? Let us know in the comment section below.

(last update 10 December 2018 @ 04:11)

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