Not long ago the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 sees the light of day – an August launch is predicted – and the most recent from the rumor mill infers at the very least one Note 10 model is forsaking expandable storage.
Max Weinbach of XDA Developers took to Twitter to unveil a few Word 10 tidbits from the source who’s played with two of the forthcoming phones. A microSD card slot is only current on the Pro model.
That might be a break with custom for Samsung, as expandable storage help has long been a backbone of its flagship phones. The Galaxy S10 phones can take as much as 512GB of the stuff.
Admittedly the usual Note 10 will no doubt come with loads of internal storage on board, however having the option to develop it’s always useful.
Weinbach’s tweets also weigh in on the continuing saga over headphone jack support within the Galaxy Note 10. Depending on which sources you consider, note 10 will have or possibly won’t have a 3.5mm audio port.
Based on these newest exposures, the headphone jack is being retained on each the Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro, so you may stick with it using your old wired headphones as regular (or spend money on a brand new pair without having to switch to USB-C or wireless).
This would be the first year that Samsung launches a Pro edition of the Note alongside the usual model if the rumors are accurate. The multi-model strategy has worked for the Galaxy S series, so Samsung is superficially anxious to develop it.
Based mostly on earlier Note launches, we should always see the new phones showing sometime in August. Bringing with them some speed and camera boosts over the 2018 model. As at all times, we’ll carry you the news as it’s made official.