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TechnologyFCC photos confirm Galaxy Note 10 won’t have a headphone jack

21:31  11 july  2019
21:31  11 july  2019 Source:   theverge.com

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be even bigger, reported leaks say

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be even bigger, reported leaks say The aspect ratio has been leaked, the report says.

FCC photos confirm Galaxy Note 10 won’t have a headphone jack

Samsung’s long history of including a 3.5mm headphone jack in its flagship phones is about to come to an end. Despite years of persevering after Apple, Google, Motorola, and other companies ditched the headphone connector, Samsung is about to follow the same path with the Galaxy Note 10. Photos published by the FCC depict both the bottom and top of the upcoming phone, and beyond the S Pen slot, there’s no other large circular cutout in sight.

The FCC seems to have briefly shared these images by mistake. Samsung followed the usual protocols in requesting confidentiality for external photos of the Note 10 test device, and yet here we are. Whoops. SlashLeaks, Droid Life, and XDA Developers reported on the now-removed images. There are two different models at the FCC, but neither includes 5G. So as with the S10 series, Samsung will likely produce a standalone 5G model.

Leak: First unofficial Note 10 renders show off Samsung’s refreshed aesthetic

Leak: First unofficial Note 10 renders show off Samsung’s refreshed aesthetic Considering Samsung usually reveals its Galaxy Note devices in the fall or late summer, it was about time we started to see some proper leaks of the upcoming Note 10. But while I was expecting essentially a Galaxy S10 with a bigger screen and a stylus, the first renders of the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro (Samsung is supposedly releasing two Notes this time) appear to suggest a new design language altogether. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); The renders come courtesy of Pricebaba and reliable leaker @OnLeaks.

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Aside from the headphone jack being a goner — renders of the phone had already suggested this was coming — we get a look at the triple-camera system on the back. There’s another sensor positioned under the flash, which could be the same 3D time-of-flight depth sensor that Samsung included in the Galaxy S10 5G. The Note is usually where the company throws in everything it can, so it makes sense for it to carry over everything from the top-tier S10 model.

The center-aligned front camera cutout is also faintly visible in one shot. According to the FCC, the larger of two Note 10 models will measure in at 162.5 millimeters across and 77.6 millimeters tall. For comparison, the Note 9 was 161.9 x 76.4mm. The Note 10 Plus or Pro, whatever it ends up being called, will feature a 6.7-inch screen, while a smaller version will have a 6.3-inch display.

Samsung will formally announce the Note 7 at an August 7th Unpacked event in Brooklyn, New York.

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iFixit teardown takes a look inside the Note 10+ 5G.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will be available online and in stores tomorrow. Just in time, the folks at iFixit are sharing a peek inside the new device. Most notably, the phone borrows one major design queue from the iPhone, and it won't be super easy to repair. Like the iPhone X, the Note 10+ positions the motherboard at the top half of the phone. While this allows the battery to be wider, it requires cables between mother and daughterboard. Those block access to the battery. They can be moved to the side, but they'll add a challenge to repairs. Speaking of repairs, iFixit points out that every repair requires un-gluing the fragile glass rear cover.

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