After having the headphone Jack for so many years, its time to finally ditch the headphone jack 100% for good. The good news is that the Google Pixel 1 and the Pixel 5 smartphones are created into this brave new world without the need of headphone jacks. Smartphone OEMs can also cultivate and give credibility to the no headphone jack phone designs for more room needed for a larger battery, a bigger haptic engine, and added larger displays.
This insures OEM Smartphones to add a bigger room for a powerful cpu and more ram added without the need of a headphone jack
For instance with no headphone jacks smartphone OEM Makers can also provide 1w of cpu power efficiency for maximum battery life with the 7% increase in battery size outlasting days of use than most smartphones that made the space obsolete in the smartphones.
also the cpu with the performance pet watt if there is a 1w cpu battery life has increased up to 300% because of a bigger battery and the presence of a missing headphone jack
speaking of the more info about the iPhone X
iPhone X was world's best-selling smartphone model in first quarter
Apple's flagship iPhone X sold 16 million units worldwide, Strategy Analytics said, with iPhone 8 and 8 Plus taking 2nd and 3rd place.
Speaking for the runner up iPhone 11 And 11 Pro Max there is truly compliments to the iPhone Sales globally
iPhone 11 is second-best selling smartphone globally in 2019
- In a report from Counterpoint Research, Apple is dominating the smartphone market in terms of top–selling models. …
- Of other iPhone models, the iPhone 11 Pro Max secured eighth place with a 1.1% share, though the iPhone 11 Pro didn't quite make the top ten list.
Despite the criticism and more the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ were the best selling smartphone and was truly able to outsell the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 series Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Sales Outpace Predecessor, Samsung says
The Galaxy Note 10 is the first Note series from Samsung to have a "Plus" model, and with the new model comes the million-dollar question: how are sales? Samsung says there's no need to worry: the Galaxy Note 10 series has outsold its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 sales shatter records in South Korea
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have secured a new record in Samsung's home country: More than a million units of the new Note flagships have been sold in 25 days after they first went on sale. The Galaxy S8 had previously held the record – it had sold over a million units in 37 days after launch
How Apple Killed The Headphone Jack (best way to add powerful components into a smartphone)
It allowed more room for a larger haptic engine and a larger battery
Apple Keynote 2016 Video:
Apple iPhone 7 – Official Trailer
Why Samsung Ditched The Headphone Jack (best way to add powerful components into a smartphone)
the headphone jack had to ditched in order to make room for other components(which is a big upgrade from the predecessor the note 9)
Galaxy Note 10 Series | Official Introduction | Samsung https://youtu.be/itZKXXmUwNUGoogle Pixel Phone Commercial (with no headphone jack)
3.5mm headphone jack satisfyingly not new > its better because to have customizations from the OEMs
GOOGLE Pixel 5 Trailer Commercial | PIXEL 5 5G (with no headphone jack)
Introducing Google Pixel 5 | The Ultimate 5G Google Phone(with no headphone jack, has 5g and the instant boredom reliever)
The real reason phone makers are scrapping the headphone jack
Tracking. The removal of the headphone jack in phones is intended to make wireless headphones more convenient and appealing to the masses than wired ones. Dongles are annoying and cumbersome, especially on phones. Sometimes you want to charge your phone AND use earbuds at the same time.
Why having no headphone jack is a good idea
Ditching the 3.5mm jack “early” will encourage customers to buy new and hopefully better digital products a bit faster than continuing to support the legacy standard. Those who are looking for more convenience from their audio products will find a lot to love in Bluetooth options.
Is the headphone jack obsolete? Yes
Gone is the 3.5mm headphone jack that we've grown used to, replaced instead with a pair of poor-sounding Lightning EarPods and wireless AirPods. … Getting rid of the headphone jack also means Apple has more room inside the iPhone to put a bigger camera, battery and its all-new Taptic Engine
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