I am currently using my first OP (5t), and I'm not that impressed. Now that they are removing the headphone jack, I'm not willing to try the next version. Sorry OnePlus, trying to copy Apple is not always the best thing to do.
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2018Android Truthers / Users who are commenting here (also for me) be careful and watch your back,... moreYou realize how pretentious and arrogant you sound referring to Android users as "Truthers" right? People are allowed different opinions about phones and OS choice, Stick to what you like, and ignore other people, If they aren't harming you or others, let it be. You sound insane. and it's a major waste of your life to crusade on the internet against people who don't care and won't listen to you. Do yourself a favour and just stop already....
Yeah, right... Now there is a place for new tech and bigger battery! What a bag of BS!
We all saw what Apple put instead a headphone jack, peace of useless plastic and claiming to be a termo-atmosferic reguator or something... Excuses, excuses, excuses...
No 3.5 jack? That's bad news for people like me who use the phone in the car as navigation device and listen to music via aux. Most of the cars DON'T have Bluetooth radio AND navigation, also maps of build in car-navigation are not as good, detailed and with all the features that a iGo/Waze/Sygic even Google maps have.
I'm so glad I've got OP6.
One plus will feed you some BS about a survey done and 50+ % of users use wireless headphones ....
Much like their survey on the notch ....
One plus is so full of BS ... no one wanted the notch (look now they making it less relevant with the tear drop style) and no one wanted the headphone jack removed. Their justification is that they can add more battery into the phone but by how much? No one will be satisfied sacking the headphone jack for a battery under 4500 mAh as well as no IP68 rating.
One plus is getting bigger and they are now contradicting themselves even more by ignoring their customers as well as increasing the price for their phones and having customers "settle" for missing features in their flagship line.
I'm not gonna spend money on a no headphone jack One plus 6 ..... that's just stupid. I am a OnePlus Fan boy coming from Samsung but now I'm starting to question if it was just a phase or something.
At least with samsung .... there are much less compromises and a ton of features despite the harsh premium price tag with their phones.
I'm getting disappointed in OnePlus .....
gimm, 17 Sep 2018goodluck buying expensive blutooth earphone, compared to the wired one that outperform it on t... moreMan even a wired ones can have a broken cable so what your problem.
Jabra Elite Active 65t try theses. Best wireless money can buy and stop cry.
OMG give me a break :-)
OnePlus has been settling since the 3. This was bound to happen.
gimm, 17 Sep 2018goodluck buying expensive blutooth earphone, compared to the wired one that outperform it on t... moreSome wired ones can cost a lot CHEAPER and yet outperforms Bluetooth Wireless headphones. Yet Cptretar-do ( we android truthers gave him a "new" name) is IGNO*A*T.
CptPower, 16 Sep 2018No jack no problem. Everything working bluetooth and wireless its a solution stop being looney. goodluck buying expensive blutooth earphone, compared to the wired one that outperform it on the same price
and goodluck buying it again in a few year when the internal battery die
another day, another phone fall to the stupid trend of removing headphone jack
Anonymous, 15 Sep 2018Oops, wrong link, the first link was supposed to be a usb-c to usb-c+3.5mm jack dongle. Anyway... moreYou could've just said "cables are inconvenient", everything else in front is redundant.
The point is, within their inheritable inconvenience, the adapter doesn't just much. For instance, you could just leave the Y adapter in your charger and be done with. You can also just leave the straight adapter in your headphones and be done with. Most of the inconvenience was already there, cause by the wired headphones themselves. You'll get used to the adapter faster than you had to get used to the wires of the headphone.
Or you could just drop the wires. It's a trade-off, have to charge a battery or get used to wires -- and adapters, which already existed long before USB-C. For instance, all my decent headphone had a separate control body for volume and track which then would attach the main headphones. Never heard anyone complain about that before, in fact all I ever heard was praise.
Anonymous, 15 Sep 2018Excuse me??? No jack IS A PROBLEM (get this in your head) for many of us Android Truthers / us... moreNo jack no problem. Everything working bluetooth and wireless its a solution stop being looney.
I'd like to kindly invite you to send a couple of e-mails and Complaint about this 3.5mm removal Bulls**t.
Tell them how much they suck as an Android (Open source community who longs for freedom) company.
Anonymous, 15 Sep 2018So this : https://www.squareimports.com/collections/gadgets/products/3-5mm-replacement-audio-... moreOops, wrong link, the first link was supposed to be a usb-c to usb-c+3.5mm jack dongle. Anyway, we all know how they look anyway and there's no way anyone will be more comfortable with that instead of just a sible 3.5mm jack with a tiny cable, with nothing else attached to it.
So this :
Is more convenient than that:
And totally not a backwards "solution"...
Obvious shills or at best, trolls, are obvious.