The absence of a legacy 3.5mm audio jack on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10+ is no secret. We've had tons of evidence over the past couple of weeks that Samsung is finally ditching the audio port with its Note10 lineup, but this latest leak at least gives some hope that there will be a workaround.
Roland Quandt published on Twitter a couple of images of a Samsung USB-C to 3.5mm audio dongle launching with the Note10+. He didn't confirm if it comes in the retail box, or if it will be an optional accessory though.
I think a ditch the 3.5mm is a trends just like non-removable battery. Yes USB-C save up space, the diminish of 3.5mm isn't good way but it still can function just plug the audio dongle on or prepare wireless for future. If you really don't like it y...
Well, I'm not buying a phone without a headphone port so Samsung won't be getting my money, what else can i say, whoever offer me what i need takes my money, this is why competition is great.
Samsung is joining the Apple's race to make sure Huawei gets ahead of them in sales by the end of the year and forever lost it's lead.