The Cardinal Red Galaxy S10's launch might be very near

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The design updates involve letting go of the headphone jack, the inclusion of which has now become an exception rather than the rule. This prompted several headlines proclaiming things like "Samsung will do the unthinkable" and that the "new Galaxy Note 10 design leak will anger everyone". Also seeing a departure are physical buttons for power and volume, which will be replaced with pressure sensitive areas similar to the Google Pixel 2 and HTC U11 squeeze function.

The other big rumor in this report indicates that Samsung may be getting rid of the headphone jack, starting with the Galaxy Note10.

Samsung will unveil the Note 10 phones in August, so there's plenty of time left to learn everything about their rear and front-facing cameras.

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According to information obtained by SamMobile, the Galaxy M40 will come with a triple-lens camera with a previously-confirmed 32MP primary sensor. If the Korean tech giant indeed eliminates the 3.5mm audio jack on the Galaxy Note 10, there's a chance that it will also be absent in next year's Galaxy S models. The site believes that this is the battery for the cheaper Galaxy Note 10 (which they refer to as the Galaxy Note 10e).

As per the reports, Samsung is expected to launch two smartphones under the Galaxy Note 10 lineup with different screen sizes. However, the tipster has hinted that the Note-series will come with the exact same camera setup as the Galaxy S10.

The news comes from Samsung insider Ice Universe, who said on Twitter that the Galaxy Note 10 will be Samsung's last "last 1/2.55-inch 1.4um CMOS flagship phone", which Samsung has been using for four years. This is a bit of a step up over the Galaxy M30 (depending on how you feel about notches), which features the Infinity-U display, also called a waterdrop notch.