Samsung's long history of including a 3.5 mm headphone jack in its flagship phones is almost over. Despite years of persistence after Apple, Google, Motorola and other companies plugged the headphone jack, Samsung is about to follow the same path with the Galaxy Note 10. Photos published by the FCC show both the bottom and the top of the incoming phone again, and behind the S Pen slot there is no other large circular cutout in sight.
The FCC seems to have accidentally shared this photo & # 39; s briefly. Samsung followed the usual protocols when asking for confidentiality for external photos of the Note 10 test device, and yet we are here. Whoops. SlashLeaks, Droid Life, and XDA developers reported on the now deleted images. There are two different models at the FCC, but neither contains 5G. As with the S10 series, Samsung is likely to produce an independent 5G model.
Apart from the fact that the headphone jack was a goner – as the phone had already suggested that this would come – we see the triple camera system on the back. Another sensor has been placed under the flash, which may be the same 3D time flight depth sensor that Samsung has included in the Galaxy S10 5G. The Note is usually where the company throws everything it can, so it makes sense that it takes over everything from the top model S10.
The center-aligned camera cut-out on the front is also vaguely visible in one shot. According to the FCC, the larger of the two Note 10 models measures 162.5 millimeters across and 77.6 millimeters long. For comparison, the Note 9 was 161.9 x 76.4 mm. The Note 10 Plus or Pro, whatever it is called, has a 6.7-inch screen, while a smaller version has a 6.3-inch screen.
Samsung will formally announce the Note 7 at an Unpacked event on August 7 in Brooklyn, New York.