On August 7, the Korean company announced the Galaxy Note 10, a terminal that arrives this year in two versions and whose main functional novelty is found in the absence of headphone jack, a decision that sooner or later had to come.
Samsung, like many other companies, criticized the absence of the headphone jack in the terminals of Apple, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were the first to do without it. Samsung even created an entire ad campaign related to this absence, a campaign that has been completely removed from YouTube.
Samsung has justified the decision to remove the headphone jack from its terminals by stating that the space it occupies it was too big inside the terminal, a space that they have used to expand the size, and therefore the capacity, of the battery of both models of the range Note 10.
Despite having removed the headphone jack, Samsung Includes a USB-C to jack adapter for users to wear helmets with the 3.5mm plug they can continue doing it in their brand new Note 10, although despite criticism from many Samsung users, most of them already have wireless headphones, such as Galaxy Buds, a headset that has proven to be one of the best options currently available in the market, if we look for the comparison with the AirPods of Apple.
Samsung's decision to withdraw those ads it's absurd, since they are children of their time. That was the ideal time to criticize a decision that although it is true seemed premature, it has been shown that it was the market trend and as we have been able to verify is the one that has been followed by most manufacturers.