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[* black] As we boldly go where no tinkerer has gone before, we explore this strange new Galaxy and come across some of the usual lone suspects~~star~~ports hiding out near the bottom edge. From left to right we observe: headphone jack, USB-C port, microphone port, speaker grille, and the illustrious S Pen.
[* icon_note] The switch to a USB-Cblack] [http://ifixit.org/blog/8242/headphone-jack-iphone/|Headphone jack|new_window=true]
[* black] USB Type-C
port is a future-proofing effort [http://www.androidcentral.com/galaxy-note-7-has-usb-c-port|not seen|new_window=true] in the Note's smaller cousin. Despite [http://www.howtogeek.com/211843/usb-type-c-explained-what-it-is-and-why-youll-want-it/|decreased size and faster speeds|new_window=true] provided by this new port, change is hard. Samsung kindly includes a micro-USB to USB-C adapter with every Note7 to lessen the blow.
[* icon_note] Okay, thatblack] Microphone port
[* black] Speaker grille
[* black] This
last suspect isn't so usual—let's takeone's not a closer look.
[* black]
port at all, but rather the illustrious S Pen. Removing the S Pen is as smooth as slicing warm butter.
[* blackicon_note] Building off the Note5's mid-production [http://www.extremetech.com/mobile/221483-samsung-changes-note-5-design-to-prevent-stylus-from-getting-stuck|design modification|new_window=true], the S Pen doesn't fit into its slot backwards.
[* black] As we boldly go where no tinkerer has gone before, we explore this strange new Galaxy and come across some of the usual lone suspects~~star~~ports hiding out near the bottom edge. From left to right we observe: headphone jack, USB-C port, microphone port, speaker grille, and the illustrious S Pen.
[* icon_note] The switch to a USB-Cblack] [http://ifixit.org/blog/8242/headphone-jack-iphone/|Headphone jack|new_window=true]
[* black] USB Type-C
port is a future-proofing effort [http://www.androidcentral.com/galaxy-note-7-has-usb-c-port|not seen|new_window=true] in the Note's smaller cousin. Despite [http://www.howtogeek.com/211843/usb-type-c-explained-what-it-is-and-why-youll-want-it/|decreased size and faster speeds|new_window=true] provided by this new port, change is hard. Samsung kindly includes a micro-USB to USB-C adapter with every Note7 to lessen the blow.
[* icon_note] Okay, thatblack] Microphone port
[* black] Speaker grille
[* black] This
last suspect isn't so usual—let's takeone's not a closer look.
[* black]
port at all, but rather the illustrious S Pen. Removing the S Pen is as smooth as slicing warm butter.
[* blackicon_note] Building off the Note5's mid-production [http://www.extremetech.com/mobile/221483-samsung-changes-note-5-design-to-prevent-stylus-from-getting-stuck|design modification|new_window=true], the S Pen doesn't fit into its slot backwards.