Samsung made the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ official earlier today, and one thing they both lack is a headphone jack. They are the first Galaxy flagships to say goodbye to the beloved analog port, signifying a change in strategy for the Korean company in this regard.

You may be wondering why. Why was there a need for the removal of the port. Luckily, Samsung seems to have anticipated the backlash, and thus prepared a couple of explanations.

First off, getting rid of the jack meant the batteries in the phones got bigger by 100 mAh, because of the reclaimed space inside. So the Note10…

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