As it is the Galaxy S series’ 10th-anniversary smartphone, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 looks fabulous and would come with some great features, including a very powerful triple-camera system on its back. However, a recent Galaxy S10 leak might confirm the removal of the 3.5-mm headphone jack.
Bloomberg revealed some significant details about the next year’s Samsung Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone during what the renowned news portal described as an exclusive disclosure. While some of the information presented by Bloomberg came as a confirmation of previously-released rumors, they also revealed something troubling for the South Korean giant tech company’s fans.
As reported by Bloomberg, Samsung is already testing an S10 prototype without the standard 3.5-mm headphone jack. With such a move, Samsung is following Apple which ditched the 3.5-mm jack a long time ago. However, this move might not be welcomed by Samsung’s fans which appreciated the South Korean company for its stubbornness in keeping the standard headphone jack.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Might Confirm The Removal of The 3.5-mm Headphone Jack
While the replacement of the 3.5-mm headphone jack was already predicted for Galaxy Note 10 (also to come out next year), taking such a move on Samsung Galaxy S10, the company’s anniversary flagship smartphone, would be controversial and the fans might not forgive Samsung.
To mention some of the Galaxy S10’s features, we must remind you that the flagship would come with a triple-camera system on its back, “ultrasonic” in-display fingerprint sensor, new six color schemes, and a more extensive display with thin edges and no notch, to boast a higher screen-to-body ratio. Also, at least one of the flagship’s variants would come with 5G support.
But, for sure, in the case Samsung Galaxy S10 would indeed come out without a 3.5-mm headphone jack, that would represent a problem for the fans, to some extent, of course.