Are you saying you don't have to choose between one or the other? But all these people telling me Wireless is the future and the only way that can be is to remove the headphone jack.Very very slightly at best. With how big phones are, and how headphone jacks are stuck along the edges, it's often used more for better speaker routing, or more room for other small components.
And its weird, my phone has a headphone jack that I use regularly that also somehow weirdly works with wireless buds too (that I ALSO use regularly). What sort of dark magic is this? I thought I needed to lose features to live in the future?
Plus it's relying on an additional cable being carried around, and it's not standardized so many dongles aren't cross compatible, and it's another cost to the end users.
My skepticism stems from me doubting that half the people complaining were actually going to buy a 10 note.It never fails, the people who get screwed complain, and the ones who this literally won't effective positively or negatively in either way come in and shit on them. You guys already have your wireless headphones, and they'll continue to work whether or not there is a 3.5mm port.
Well then it MUST be true ;)
Probably because of that really big if. There's still a lot of stuff that Samsung is doing that iPhones don't.
And, as in this case, delete the ads where they made fun of it from their YouTube channels.
I imagine they wipe out old ads when new phones are released, but I can't see it on YouTube and if you look up the articles about the ads making fun of the lack of a headphone jack you'll see the embeds are all dead.
I've had every Note since the Note 4....Im noping out of the Note X....Im sorry I need that headphone jack because Batteries being drained is a thing.Droid Life
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 doesn’t have a headphone jack. Thanks to an accidental posting of images of the phone to the FCC last night, that much is confirmed. It’s sad, but expected at this point after countless rumors suggesting this would be the case.
I have the galaxy earbuds and like them well enough, but they dont work for shit for me for games or video, theres a very noticeable delay. I get that with any blu tooth.Even as a very happy owner of the gear buds, this is a damn shame, especially on the supposedly do everything halo model. Note 10 will be an incredible media machine.
Will get a s10 next year, so I'll be covered for the foreseeable future. But it'll be a slightly sour taste once I get the Sammy phone after that.
For those who have an older note phone, time to upgrade to the note 9, for everyone else, the S10 series are excellent phones that will last a very long time.
Apart from software support, the note 9 will last you for years. Just root and flash the phone in 2-3 years if you want further versions of android. Can see the note 9 lasting till 2023 easily, if you take care of it.
IPhone 7 was my last iPhone because of the headphone situation. Dealing with dongles is awful
Well so far every company thats done it sells wireless headbuds. So overall its a money grab. Make everyone buy new headsets from you.So, what's the logic behind these phone companies ditching the headphone jack? I'd understand it if they had overpriced, easily lost wireless earbuds to sell (Apple, Samsung, etc...), but plenty of these phone companies don't, yet they're still abandoning the headphone jack.
Gee, I wonder why people don't want a fragile dongle hanging out of the bottom of their phone, specifically one plugged into the port used for charging. Would you like to be forced to use the same thing if you wanted to use wireless headphones? Yeah, of course you wouldn't.
Except that the phones themselves typically include compatible wired headphones and/or a dongle, so there is no need to go wireless. Plus there’s no guarantee that anyone buying the phone will purchase the manufacturer’s brand of wireless headset. If it’s some kind of conspiracy to sell wireless headphones, it’s pretty ill-conceived.
I just keep it on my headphones. It's just not really an issue for me, sorry.Gee, I wonder why people don't want a fragile dongle hanging out of the bottom of their phone, specifically one plugged into the port used for charging. Would you like to be forced to use the same thing if you wanted to use wireless headphones? Yeah, of course you wouldn't.