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步骤 2
We lay out (from left to right) last year's Note9 next to the new Note10+ and Note10+ 5G and try to spot the differences. This year Samsung realigned the Note's cameras vertically. They also got rid of the rear fingerprint sensor—that's been moved under the display, like what we saw earlier this year. At last, we're forced to mourn the loss of the headphone jack—supposedly a necessary tradeoff for a larger battery and improved haptic feedback.
  • We lay out (from left to right) last year's Note9 next to the new Note10+ and Note10+ 5G and try to spot the differences.

  • This year Samsung realigned the Note's cameras vertically. They also got rid of the rear fingerprint sensor—that's been moved under the display, like what we saw earlier this year.

  • At last, we're forced to mourn the loss of the headphone jack—supposedly a necessary tradeoff for a larger battery and improved haptic feedback.

  • It seems that Samsung, one of the last remaining Rebel allies, has decided to join the dark side.

  • Before we get any further, Creative Electron gives us a peek at some interesting internals—looks like we've got some fun exploration ahead.

我们将去年发布的Note 9、新发布的Note 10+和Note 10+ 5G按照从左到右的顺序放好,试着找出他们的不同。

今年,三星将Note系列的摄像头改成了垂直排列。同时三星也取消了后置指纹传感器,并放到了屏幕下方,就像我们今年早些时候看到的一样。

最后,我们对失去了耳机孔感到很遗憾。(据说这是为了更大的电池以及改进的触觉反馈所做的必要牺牲)

这意味着三星,最后剩下的“叛军盟友”之一,也选择了加入黑暗的一方

在我们进一步了解之前,Creative Electron已经让我们提前看到了内部结构 ,看起来我们已经进行了一些有趣的探索。

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