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Samsung Galaxy S10 have received certifications in China

Galaxy S10 is next flagship smartphone by Samsung to be launched in first quarter of 219. Despite still there is lots of time left before the official date announcement, leaks are already surfing in the market regarding expected features and specifications. It is suggested Galaxy S10 will be launched in three variants. The smart phone has already received a notification in China and the listing has hinted some of the details of specification. The South Korean giant is going to release the next Galaxy Note later that year. A leak suggested that Note 10 will skip headphone jack.

Samsung has approached Chine Ministry of Industry and Information Technology for the formal certification not for one model but three variants of Galaxy S10. The Minstry hasn’t leaked any specification or price hints, however this ultimately hints that Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy S-series model sometime in the future.

The models shown in the CMIT listing has three model numbers – SM-G9700, SM-G9730 and SM-G9750. These models are china specific variants. According to rumors, the two of these variants will support 5.8 inch display panels, and the expensive one will get a 6.44 inch panel. These will be single, dual and triple camera phones. Two of these will support optical fingerprint sensor, while the other one will support ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.

As per ETNews, Samsung is removing the 3.5 mm headphone jack on its 2019 flagship smartphones, however, in this case, the USB Type-C to 3.5mm converter will be present in the retail box. The report says that there are no confirm details why Samsung wasn’t to remove the audio jack, but may be its to adjust the bigger battery size or less bezels. “The USB-C port will be left, and a separate conversion jack will be provided for 3.5mm earphone users,” ETNews suggest that Samsung wants to keep its phone super thin and light. There is also an increase in use of wireless earphones recently, and company has made a push into wireless earphones itself since it has purchased an audio company Harman for $8 billion in 2017. But hey, we have to wait till 2019 for final release. I suspect any of you have answers right now.

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