Prepare To Say Goodbye To MicroSD On The Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Prepare To Say Goodbye To MicroSD On The Samsung Galaxy Note 10
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Another day, another Note 10 rumour!

The latest hot Samsung Galaxy Note 10 gossip is that one of the variants won’t have expandable storage. Oh boy.

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This rumour comes only a few days after news broke that the latest Galaxy Note would be the first in the series to abandon the headphone jack.

Sam Mobile has reported a tweet from an XDA Developers writer that outlined some alleged information about the upcoming handset.

According to the source, the regular model of the Note 10 won’t have a MicroSD slot, but the Pro version will.

It also confirmed the non-headphone-jack rumour, that the S Pen will be similar to the Note 9 and that the renders are nearly perfect.

Whether this will impact on users will come down to the individual experience. The Note 10 will probably come with a minimum 128GB storage, which may be more than enough space for some people.

I’ve personally never used expandable storage, preferring to offload photos to a hard drive or the cloud and deleting space-sucking apps I’m not using.

But if this rumour does turn out to be true, and you’re someone who wants the extra space, you might want to consider the Pro version of the Note 10 instead.

You can read our round up of all the Note 10 rumours right here – including what might be in store for the design, camera and specs.

[Sam Mobile]

RIP Samsung Galaxy Note Headphone Jack

Well folks, we may finally be at the end of the road. While it still graced us with its presence in the Galaxy S10 series, it looks like the beloved headphone jack will finally be saying goodbye when it comes to the Note range.

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