We're still at least three months or so away before Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 10, but even so, that hasn't stopped the rumor mill from speculating about what we may see with this year's Note.
Right now, one of the most controversial reports is that the Galaxy Note 10 will not have a 3.5mm headphone jack. This has long been one of the staples for pretty much all Samsung phones, but 2019 appears to be the year when the company will start fading out the legacy port.
Looking through the AC forums, people seem to be torn about the issue.
The latest concept device from TCL combines foldable and rollable display tech to offer a 3-in-1 device that transforms from phone to phablet, all the way up to a full-sized 10-inch tablet. We may never see it come to market, but the Fold 'n' Roll presents an extremely unique hardware design that I hope to see more of in the near future.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10+ is almost two years old, but it's still a solid device. Along with the base internal storage of 256GB, it includes a microSD card slot for adding more. We've compiled a list of the best microSD cards for your new Galaxy Note 10+.