Like most smartphone manufacturers, OnePlus decided to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack from its next smartphone, which is expected to be called OnePlus 6T. The co-founder of the company Carl Pei confirmed the news in an interview with TechRadar explained that “this is a matter of timing” and provides the best smartphone experience. The company also revealed that they manufacturing a new version of the headset “Bullets V2”, which will include a USB Type-C connector.
“We also have to think about eliminating the negative effects of Headphone jacks for our users.We discovered earlier this year that 59% of communities already have a wireless headset – before we launch a wireless headset for a bullet,” he said. If we remove headphone jack 2 year ago than percentage of user will be much lower. However, Pi also said that removing the port has freed up additional space on their next phones, allowing the company to provide more “new technologies”. The chief executive did not disclose what would happen to the new technology, but the company had earlier confirmed the presence of fingerprint sensor on screen, and also hinted that the battery life of the next mobile phone has improved.
The company has equipped a new C-Type DAC, built with the help of Cirrus Logic. There is higher dynamic range, a higher signal-to-noise ratio and lower noise floor. This means that your music looks clearer, bass is louder, and there is almost no loss of detail or quality. Headphone priced at $ 19.99 (about Rs 1421).