Samsung expected to remove the headphone port in Note 10 and the Galaxy S11
Samsung expected to remove the headphone port in Note 10 and the Galaxy S11

After Apple‘s decision to remove the headphone port on their devices in favor of wireless audio experience from AirPods, a debate has been sparked on the technology community if it is time to say goodbye to this port.

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According to a new report, Samsung also seems to think it is the right time for this action.

ET News, one of the most reliable Korean platforms responsible for informing Samsung’s upcoming plans several times ago, has written a report that suggests the company will give up its 3.5mm earphone with the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 next year or latest, with Galaxy S11 in 2020.

The wireless horn market has grown significantly in recent years and this may be part of why Samsung is apparently ready to take away the outdated port that has been with us since 1950.

This means that the Galaxy S10 can be the latest South Korean giant smartphone to display a cable headphone port.

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neOadviser – TECH

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