For years, Samsung hasn’t really done much in terms of redesigning its Galaxy flagship smartphones. Sure, each model does look different from the previous generation, but not necessarily in a huge or obvious way. Instead, Samsung has opted to make these design changes in a smaller and more subtle manner.

However, if you’re hoping to see Samsung try to shake things up, then you might be interested to learn that the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 could possibly represent one of the company’s biggest changes to date. This is because according to a report from Android Police, the Note 10 is expected to feature a lot of external changes.

This includes Samsung finally caving in and potentially removing the headphone jack from the phone, as well as removing all external physical hardware buttons. The latter is something we’ve heard about in the past, but combine the removal of the headphone jack, we expect to see a very sleek external design.

Android Police’s sources have also confirmed to them that there will be more than one Note 10 variant launched this year, in which there could be an even larger model in the works. Needless to say that this should be taken with a grain of salt for now, but hopefully we’ll have more details in the coming months.

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