Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 might not have physical buttons

Kelley Robertson
June 1, 2019

This would make it the first flagship Samsung handset without a headphone jack, and with the device still needing a stylus would likely not bring any significant benefits in terms of thinness or other features. Apart from this, Samsung has already confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10 will come with S Pen support which will have an in-built camera of its own.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will not use the new 64MP CMOS yet.

The other big rumor in this report indicates that Samsung may be getting rid of the headphone jack, starting with the Galaxy Note10.

According to Sammobile, an authoritative site on all thing Samsung, Samsung mobile India will be holding an exclusive preview of the Galaxy A80 in different Indian cities next week, suggesting it could go on sale in the country soon. The rear cameras placement was previously expected to be vertical, instead of the horizontal one seen on the existing devices, and the new report seems to corroborate the information.

A Galaxy Note phone is experimental in many ways.

Samsung Galaxy M40 to have a 32MP main sensor for the triple camera and will be priced under Rs 20,000. It is also rumoured that Galaxy Note 10's design will be similar to Galaxy S10. This design did not "pass Samsung's rigorous testing" though, so it has been dropped in favour of a design with physical buttons.

Warsi also revealed to Gadgets 360 that the Galaxy M40's display has "Screen Sound" technology, meaning there is no earpiece, and rather "the audio vibrations come directly from the display".

In case you missed the global launch, the Galaxy A80 features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels and an in-display fingerprint scanner on the front.

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