Mobile technology is quickly succumbing to the USB-C revolution, and Samsung could be next in line to adopt the new standard.
The Samsung-focused publication claims to have “exclusive” knowledge of the impending feature, although details are light.
“We can now exclusively confirm that the Galaxy Note 6 will feature a USB Type-C port, reversible connector and all,” reads the report.
However, Sammobile admits: “We don’t know whether it will be USB 3.1 or an older standard.”
It’s widely expected that many smartphones launching within the next 12 months will be shifted to the USB-C standard. However, making the switch could prove slightly more difficult for Samsung.
That’s because if Samsung does move to USB-C with the Galaxy Note 6, it means the handset will not be compatible with existing Samsung Gear VR headsets, all of which currently utilize Micro USB connections.
It’s likely that when Samsung adopts USB-C, it will also be forced to roll out a new generation of Gear VR headsets with USB-C support.
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Samsung hasn’t made any official announcements regarding a Galaxy Note 6 launch, but it’s expected that the handset will arrive at some point between July and September.
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