The Secret of the Mysterious Hole Found in ‘Samsung Galaxy Note10’
At the top of Samsung’s new flagships, the hole, which was initially thought to be an LED or an infrared sensor, was found to be a second speaker hole used to produce a better stero sound.
Samsung, the South Korean technology giant, unveiled its new flagship Galaxy Note10 at an event last week. While the new flagship introduced by the technology giant attracts great attention in every detail, an enigmatic region on the top of the phone did not escape the attention.
Both the Galaxy Note10 and the Galaxy Note10 + are located at the top of this region consists of a small hole. This hole was initially thought of as an LED light or an infrared sensor that could be used to control televisions, but the hole had nothing to do with them.
According to SamMobile statements, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and the Galaxy Note10 + are a second speaker hole that offers users a much better handset experience.
With this loudspeaker hole, Samsung will produce a much more powerful stero sound and give users a good voice-over experience.