Frameless smartphones killed the audio Jack. Why is it good

The journalist of the portal Engadget Devindra Haridwar summed up the year for music lovers.

In 2018, the uncertain trend on the rejection of a 3.5 mm headphone Jack, which previously launched by Apple, became widespread. From the usual informed port model 6T refused to even friendly geeks OnePlus.

But if in 2016 and 2017 the motivation of the producers was questionable, now it all fell into place. The author notes that the rejection of the usual audio connector provoked the transition to a frameless design.

Removing the old port, the vendors got more space for components. They were able to get rid of the thick frame, even on the bottom of the screen.

Alone while that is just Samsung. But, as I am sure Haridwar, and the Korean company will last long. Although leaks hint at the presence of a 3.5 mm Jack in your Samsung Galaxy S10, in the upcoming smartphones, the situation is likely to change.

This reporter noted that such a compromise is given to him with difficulty. Despite the active use of the wireless earphone, not a day goes by that he is not bored on the usual port.

For example, it is now impossible to simply connect your smartphone to an old audio-system or car radio. The adapter is also only partially save.

The author offers the audiophiles who are accustomed to the former, and convenient to order things, do not despair. The situation is improving. Thus, there is a wireless charging that allows you to listen to music and charge the device simultaneously. Bluetooth headphones are among the best Haridwar called the Sony WH-1000XM3 with active noise reduction.

In the end, after years of senseless suffering, the loss of the headphone Jack of a worthy cause. And this is a gorgeous edge-to-edge smartphones.

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