A rather unsettling rumor about the Galaxy Note 10 came up during the weekend. It claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 won’t have a microSD card slot. Forget the 3.5mm headphone jack, if this turns out to be true, the criticism is bound to be deafening.
The rumor claimed that it would only be the Galaxy Note 10 Pro that comes with a microSD card slot. Customers who opt for the smaller and cheaper model will have no option to externally expand the storage. Samsung has done this once before, in 2015 to be precise, but rolled back the decision merely a year later.
So the question is, would you skip the Galaxy Note 10 if it does indeed come without a microSD slot? Do you think that it doesn’t make much sense for a Galaxy Note flagship to ship without one? Or are you so keen on the Note series that you’d begrudgingly pay for the more expensive Galaxy Note 10 Pro just for the microSD card slot? Please do vote below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.
Results: As we had expected, a majority of voters (57 percent) feel a Galaxy Note flagship without the convenience of microSD expansion makes little sense. 28 percent of voters said the lack of a microSD slot doesn’t affect them, while 15 percent said they would choose the Galaxy Note 10 Pro (now confirmed to be launching as the Galaxy Note 10+) if the regular one doesn’t have a microSD slot.