31-03-2020 03:43 PM - last edited 31-03-2020 06:42 PM
The Headphone jack not expected to return to future flagships and seems to be the trend in technology with more users using Bluetooth, though will not suit everyone. Removing it also makes room for more components and allows companies to market accessories more widely. personally would not find a big problem, perhaps users should be given a choice but the way things are going.
An articles here on the merits of both: https://www.imore.com/wired-vs-wireless-which-headphones
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31-03-2020 05:14 PM - last edited 31-03-2020 06:03 PM
@Wuzzybear: While our flagship devices have recently moved away from the 3.5mm jack, the recently released Note 10 Lite includes one, so it may be the case that we see it included in other devices in the future. To find out more, please check the following link:
24-05-2020 11:42 AM in
Well, not allowing buyers to use whatever headphones/earphones they like is unfair. I have a S10 that came with buds but I hardly use them because audio quality is *****, if I listen to some music or watch videos I always use my wired earphones. Also forcing people to have another charging device that might die when you need it it's unfair.