More leaks and rumors of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus have emerged. This time, it’s supposed to be the cases for these phones. The devices will be revealed by the South Korean company on August 7 at the Galaxy Unpacked event. Samsung may itself share some more details of the phones before the launch by way of teasers to keep the interest in the market alive and throbbing. The leaks have their own charm in giving the rumor mills something to chew on.
The 3.5 mm Jack Gone for Good?
At least one factor that could emerge out of the online leak of the images of the cases for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro or Plus is that the 3.5 mm jack won’t be present on these phones. This particular feature has been a subject of discussion on forums online for months now. The sense being conveyed was that the users were not really overly thrilled with the Bluetooth speakers and earbuds as a replacement for the 3.5 mm audio jack. There could be a community out there that likes the arrangement. The jury is still out, but some buyers might have wanted Samsung to offer the options in the design. That may not happen now if you trust the renders of the cases released.
Other Earlier Rumors Confirmed?
There are also front screen protectors (supposedly) of the two phones out now which go on to confirm many of the rumors already in circulation for some time. One is related to the provision of the punch hole in the top center of the display screen on both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. The other serious discussion has been that there will be two Time of Flight (ToF) sensors in these phones like the ones on the 5G phone from Samsung. This arrangement too is being confirmed through the latest rumors. The rear camera setup with the three sensors set vertically one below the other again gets established through some of the renders that have surfaced now.
The wait till August 7 won’t be very long.
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