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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumored to ditch headphone jack

Physical buttons may be gone too.

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The Galaxy Note 10 may be the first Samsung flagship to say bye-bye to the headphone jack. 

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Samsung has prided itself in keeping the headphone jack on its flagship phones, but that may come to an end with its large-screen Galaxy Note 10

The Note 10 won't include a 3.5mm headphone jack, according to an Android Police report Thursday citing a source "familiar with the company's plans." Also going are physical buttons for power and volume, which will be replaced with pressure sensitive areas similar to the Google Pixel 2 and HTC U11 squeeze function.

Samsung said it doesn't comment on rumors or speculation.

Apple made the controversial move to remove the 3.5mm port when it released the iPhone 7 in 2016. Google, OnePlus, Huawei and others followed suit by removing the jack from their flagship phones, with Samsung being the most notable phone maker keeping it. Physical buttons appear to be slowly on the way out as more phone makers look to create sleeker designs.

A reveal for the Note 10, sometime this summer, will answer other big questions, such as will there be multiple models, what will the battery capacity be and is there going to be a camera on the stylus. 

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