By now, it’s become clear that almost every major smartphone maker is slowly, but surely phasing out the 3.5mm headphone jack. Samsung is clearly heading down that route with its upcoming Galaxy Note10 series, but as a typical remedy to the feature’s absence, the Korean electronics giant seemingly has a USB-C to 3.5mm dongle prepared for the phones.
Images of the brand’s dongle leaked online recently, showing off an accessory with no noticeable difference design (in comparison to other dongles). The image simply shows a short dongle, displayed in plain white. On the last point, it’s likely that all other accessories shipping out with each unit will also be white.
On another note, sources also say that Samsung may also be providing each Galaxy Note10 device with its own USB-C earphones. More specifically, in-ear earphones that have been AKG-tuned, with the possibility of a noise-cancellation function.
Samsung has yet to comment on these leaked images of the dongle, so it would be best to take them with a fair amount of scepticism. That said, the Galaxy Note10’s official unveiling is set to take place next week on 8 August, so it’s really just a matter of time until we get confirmation on the phone and all its accessories.