Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus ditches the conventional headphone jack

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Samsung did not bring a massive amount of change in terms of Galaxy Note 10. However, the company did try to do something enormous this year. However, it was not enough. For the first time, Samsung came up with two different Note 10 variants, namely, Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. The Note 10 has a 6.3-inch screen whereas the Note 10 Plus has a 6.8-inch screen.

However, the colors of both Note 10 and Note 10 Plus is beautiful. Nevertheless, there is one thing that Samsung did, and people might not like it. The Galaxy Note 10 doesn’t sport a conventional headphone jack. Samsung is also adopting the same techniques as that of the other companies to ditch headphone jacks in flagship devices.

There isn’t a specific reason as to why most of the companies are ditching the headphone jacks. However, this is making the Bluetooth headsets are popular among the users. The 6.3-inch Note 10 carries a price tag of $949, £899 whereas the 6.8-inch carries a price tag of $1,099, £999.

What other changes did Samsung incorporate in Galaxy Note 10 devices?

The changes in the models of both variants of Galaxy Note 10 does not stop there. Samsung has put four rear cameras in the larger variant of Galaxy Note 10. On the other hand, the smaller 6.3-inch Galaxy Note device doesn’t have a microSD card slot.

The South Korean technology conglomerate also made changes to the popular S Pen. The present-day S Pen incorporates gesture control to make swiping off the screens easier. Also, the 6.8-inch variant has a more significant and a better battery along with robust RAM that its younger sibling. However, Samsung finally curates a highly sturdy wireless charging dock to enlist better and safer charging.

Samsung also said that it came up with a 5G variant of the Note 10 that is only available on Verizon. Later the 5G option can be availed from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint over time.

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