19 May Samsung Note 10 Set to Outdo Note 9
If you’re a fan of the brand Samsung, then there is no doubt that you’ve probably heard of the Note 10. It is the probationary title given to the flagship model which will be released later this year.
As is the case with every excellent model of phone which Samsung produce, there is a lot of rumour and speculation going around concerning its capabilities and its capacity. We are going to be taking a look at a particular rumour which has emerged, and seeing if the Note 10 will outdo the Note 9.
We might not have all the facts when it comes to the Note 10, but we do have some pretty exciting rumours to talk about, so let’s get on with it.
The first rumour is that when it comes to the design of the phone, there isn’t going to be any buttons on it. What seems like such a mainstay of all mobile devices is potentially going to disappear. Instead, the emphasis will be on touch pads and sensors which allow you to make choices for what you do on the phone without having any buttons to press.
There is also talk that this will be the first Samsung phone in a long time not to have a headphone jack. What are the core differences between Samsung and the rest of the top tier phones is that even when they’re creating flagship models, they’re still using headphones. However, it may be time that this changes.
Another interesting rumour is that the new Note 10 will come in for different variants. Naturally this is quite exciting and opens up the possibility of having multiple types of the same phone. This is the common trend in the industry right now. The company releases a phone, and they release a cut down version as well as an expanded edition, to provide the most significant amount of choice possible.
What Do We Think?
Okay, so it is time for us to weigh in on what we think of these new rumours. While it is entirely possible that there could be no buttons on the phone, we’re not sure that Samsung will remove the headphone jack from their model. It’s a very popular part of the phone, and it means that people don’t have to invest a lot of money on wireless headphones and this has always been an advantage for them. We’re not sure that they would just eject that for no reason.
In summary, there is really no reason why any of these rumours could be true or not true. We are just interested to find out exactly what the details are when they come out, and look forward to experimenting with all the variations which Samsung release. That is something which we suspect will happen, because releasing multiple phones at the same time is pretty standard at the moment, and we all know that Samsung want to be seen as being up-to-date.