Why Remove Headphone Jacks on High-End Smartphones?

Do you know Why Removed Headphone Jacks? Nowadays! we use USB Type-C headphone instead of jack type on Android Phone and Apple.  Some upper-mid-range phones, including newer flagships, have even completely replaced the 3.5mm headphone jack. What if not just those phones but all the smartphones we have now have head-phone jacks?

Before we talk about what happens, let’s talk about when the headphone jack was removed and why. We first noticed the change in the headphone jack when Apple introduced the iPhone 7 Series in 2016. But the only smartphone that actually removed the headphone jack was the 2012 Oppo Finder.

The Oppo Finder, without the headphone jack, was the world’s thinnest smartphone of its time, breaking the record again in 2017 with the Oppo R5, four years later. At the time of this change, Oppo (High-End Smartphones) may not have been noticed by many because of its low profile.

But Apple has confidently introduced the iPhone 7 Series without a headphone jack. Samsung soon removed the headphone jack from its flagship Note 10 Series, and the 3.5 mm headphone jacks began to reach their final destination. So the real reason why the headphone jack removed on flagship phones is probably to save space.

Yes. First of all, these headphone jacks make up a lot of space for a smartphone. In a flagship phone, the multi-feature sensors and battery mAh are the main requirements, so if you just plug in the headphone jack, you may not have enough space for the required features.

And compared to phones without headphones, phones without headphones are thinner, so you can see that headphone jacks take up a lot of space. Another reason is that we want to gradually move towards wireless.

When Apple introduced the iPhone 7 Series (High-End Smartphones), it also introduced the 1st Gen Airpods, which marked the beginning of the era of wireless earphones. Some mid-range phones, including flagships, have also had their headphone jacks remove, as more and more smart, easy-to-carry wireless earphones used instead of corded headphones.

This may be convenient for some. But for some users the lack of a 3.5mm headphone jack can be a bit more complicated. For those who still do not use wireless earphones, USB C headsets and headphones are still available.

In short, the reason why flagship phones no longer have headphone jacks. Because they include premium features like Under-Display Fingerprint and the production of thinner flagship phones. Readers, is it okay to have a headphone jack? Isn’t it good? If not here’s a new product just for you.

What is USB-C/ USB Type-C of High-End Smartphones?

USB-C / USB Type C is a term we are very familiar with, and you will notice that it is included in many of our phones, tablets, laptops, and many other IT-related devices. So, let’s get started on USB-C.

Let me first explain USB. It stands for Universal Serial Bus, and Wikipedia states that “USB (USB)” Telecommunications and power lines; a business standard that applies to plugs and protocols. ” It states:

Simply put, Universal means “public” and “universal”. Anywhere It can be used in many different ways. ” That’s why Android phones that are closest to us now have different USB ports.

The little messy part has started!

There are many other ports besides USB. For example. 3.5mm headphone jack for audio, HDMI for video and video monitors, and so on. These ports used for its own purpose. Simply put, you can only listen to music with the 3.5mm headphone jack. You can only display images with HDMI,…, etc.

Well, here it is, versatile. Versatile USB-C is here! Its advantages are:

  • Smaller than most other ports, it is ideal for use on thinner phones (High-End Smartphones) (Android Phone), tablets and laptops.
  • USB Type-C can carry up to 100W, so it can be used for fast charging and even large electronic devices such as laptops. So you don’t need a separate charging port to charge.
  • It used for data transfer. When copying photos, videos and other files from one to another, USB-C can support speeds of up to 10 Gbps, so you can download them quickly.
  • This is reversibility. So it’s just as easy to get in as the first one. This is quite helpful for those who are impatient.
  • Its main advantage is that it is versatile and versatile, as mentioned earlier. (Android Phone)

Because of these advantages, USB Type-C is now available on phones, tablets, laptops, and many other IT-related devices. If you want to recharge your batteries, this is the way to go. If you want to copy data, this is the way to go. This is also the hole for listening to music with headphones. Everything is fine with one thing (Android Phone).

(As a result, newer phones no longer have headphone jacks.)

So in the future, will USB-C be ubiquitous?

Yes, it will definitely include. Even now, many phones, tablets, laptops and other IT related devices have USB-C. Think of it this way: Your phones, tablets, and laptops come with USB-C and you only need one USB Type-C cable to charge them. In addition to USB-C, there are USB-A, USB-B and many more types ahead of it.