The day is not far away for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will enter the market. It is expected to launch in the month of August. According to the latest rumor, at least one Note 10 is going to ditch the expandable storage feature.
Max Weinbach from XDA developers revealed on his Twitter platform about Note 10. According to his twitter post, a micro SD card slot is provided only with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro model.
The decision taken by Samsung is going to break its age-long tradition. Expandable memory storage has always been a part of all Samsung devices but this is going to change with the launch of the Galaxy Note 10. This is going to be the first flagship model from Samsung that is going to ditch the expandable memory storage. Galaxy S10 phones can take up to 612GB of the stuff.
There is nothing to worry about as Galaxy Note 10 is going to come with a lot of internal storage. However, having the option to expand it always proves to be useful for the users.
About the Galaxy Note 10 headphone jack
According to Weinbach’s tweets, Note 10 may or may not have a 3.5mm audio port.
Max Weinbach stated in his tweet:
“Both the models he used had headphone jacks.”
This was stated by him based on his source who got to play with both the models.
Based on the recent leaks, the headphone jack is retained on both Note 10 pro and Note 10. This means that you can continue to use your old wired headphones. If not then you can even invest in a new pair of headphones without having to opt for wireless ones.
This is the first year that Samsung is going to introduce a pro edition along with the standard model. However, it is all based on rumors. This multi-model strategy has worked for Galaxy S-series. Therefore, the company is trying to apply the same trick with Note 10 as well.
The phones are expected to be launched in August. Both the smartphones are worth waiting for.