It appears that Samsung’s next flagship, the Galaxy S10, will retain the jack, but it may be its last phone to do so. The company will reportedly drop it from the Galaxy Note 10 or 2020’s
Samsung likes to mock Apple over the fact the Korean firm still offers a headphone jack, but it seems that the temptation to drop the port may be too strong. In addition to offering more space for better, larger components, such as the battery, removing the jack could encourage more people to buy Samsung’s wireless headphones, as was the case with Apple and its Airpods.
Alas, it might all be over late next year. ETnews’ sources claim the company will remove the headphone jack after fall 2019 and ship a USB-C-to-3.5mm dongle with its phones.
Samsung is said to be considering removing the headphone jack from its upcoming phones. The first casualty could be either the Galaxy Note 10 or the Galaxy S11.
The rising popularity of wireless headphones and the need to make its next flagship thinner and lighter may push Samsung to drop the 3.5mm headphone jack.
The report from ET news suggested that Samsung is considering to remove the mini headphone jack from the Galaxy S11 and perhaps even the Note 10, replacing it with the single USB-C connector. Just recently OnePlus dropped the headphone jack from its flagship and Samsung …
Apple’s arch-rival Samsung is reportedly going to be the next to eliminate the headphone jack from its flagship phones next year.
So this was inevitable: the Samsung Galaxy S8 rumor mill is in full swing, and one of the reports suggests that Samsung will be removing the headphone jack from the next generation of its flagship
Oct 11, 2018 · In fact, OnePlus – the other headphone jack champion – has already announced its next phone (the OnePlus 6T) will remove the jack so its space can be used for an in-display fingerprint reader.
That’s because if Samsung does ditch the headphone jack it will replace it with a proprietary port. Right now, Samsung is thought to be at the exploratory stage to see how viable it would be.
Samsung planning to drop the concept of 3.5mm headphone jack from its flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 10. All you need to know.