Potentially bad news for fans of Samsung and the good ol' headphone jack - the analog audio port won't be making an appearance on Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy Note 10 flagship. Huawei, Samsung's closest rival, has offered up to 40W fast charging speeds with the Huawei P30 Pro. The image includes a binary code of 101101.
However, the specs listed on Geekbench for the A10e are exactly the same specs found on the Galaxy A10, which means that the former could sport a smaller display or a smaller battery. According to the rumours, the Galaxy Note 10 could feature up to four rear cameras in addition to a flood illuminator. The triple camera setup on the back of the phone ascends and flips to the front with the goal that it tends to be used for selfies. One will contain the primary, optical zoom, and wide-angle sensors while the other packs the ToF camera, flood illuminator, and flash.
The Galaxy M40 is launching in the nation on June 11, however, it appears the organization could report the Galaxy A80 soon too. They also apparently won't have any physical buttons at all - no volume buttons, no power button, and not even a dedicated Bixby key.
The Galaxy Note 10 is scheduled to launch in August or the first week of September.
At its core, there will be a Snapdragon 675 processor powering the smartphone. The new report echoes earlier rumors that Samsung was looking to eliminate buttons on the Note 10.