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Samsung Galaxy Note 10: 4 Key Updates to Look Out For

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    Just when the wait for the release of Avengers: Endgame is over, there is a new showdown we are all curiously waiting for. The Hulk called Galaxy Note 10 is likely to go green in August this year—around the same time when its predecessor Galaxy Note 9 was flagged off.

    If we are to go by the rumours doing the rounds, then the South Korean tech giant Samsung is likely to introduce more twists to its signature phablet than we had in Christopher Nolan’s Memento. Let us find out what are they. Here we go:

    Galaxy Note 10 drops its ears

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4: The Hulk

    Credits: Forbes

    According to a report by ETNews, Samsung’s Hulk is going to get deaf in its new avatar since its headphone jack port will be removed. The people close to development could not specify the exact reason behind this though. Both Samsung and LG have decked up their phablets with 3.5 mm headphone jack port while other alligators of the tech river such as Apple and Huawei have ditched the same a long time back

    Galaxy Note 10 is button-less

    Another big twist to make you go insane this season is that Galaxy Note 10 is going to don a button-less look. All the physical buttons of the phone will soon disappear from its body. Users will instead get to make most of its advanced touch sensors and gesture recognition feature.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 10: Users will instead get to make most of its advanced touch sensors and gesture recognition feature

    Credits: NotebookCheck

    Galaxy Note 10 breaks the mold

    There are four variants of the phablet to be launched August this year. So this is quite different to Samsung’s historic tradition. The tech giant is trying to get out of the mould, even at the cost of breaking its own tradition. One pair will flaunt a screen size of 6.28 inches while another pair is 6.75 inches in size.

    Galaxy Note 10 supports 5G connectivity

    Galaxy Note 10’s Hulk collection supports 5G connectivity, which has been confirmed by Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg also.

    That is all for now. Stay tuned for more updates.

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