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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could feature a buttonless design

27 March 2019 4

First the on-screen navigation keys then came the notchless design to show off more screen area and now the keyless or buttonless designs, clearly, more efforts are being done to bring a more exhilarating version of the smartphones. Such new ideas can fairly tell you that the manufacturers are focusing on the designs as well because it’s not always about updating them from just inside. A new report from ET News has arrived to share something similar with us and to tell what Samsung may be planning internally.

The first quarter of this year is almost over and fandom is, of course, interested in knowing what’s coming next. The report claims that Galaxy Note 10 could become Samsung’s first phone to feature a keyless or buttonless design. This means the device may not have the power, volume, or even the Bixby key and will instead use the touch or gesture-based alternatives.

The report also claims that it will also be made available on Samsung’s Galaxy A-series, which is, however, something evident, well looking at the trend how some big features of flagships come to this series.

We are on the early Galaxy Note 10 rumor cycle, so it’s unknown how this keyless design would work or what Samsung would choose over the traditional buttons. Phonearena has even conceptualized this design which you can see in the featured image.


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AliceSmith
AliceSmith

See how the designing profile is also improving. Samsung is bringing out a buttonless design. We had Meizu Zero, a holeless phone. Android Q is doing away with the back button as well.

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