Ferdinand, 24 Sep 2020"Wired headphones have far better sound quality than anything wireless"
Do you have... moreIf you want the extra quality, you have usb-c to jack adapter.
Blabla more cable : 1 tips, don't unplug the adapter > 1 cable.
About bluetooth, buy a decent wireless headphone with the lasted codec, and enjoy.
Today i have never met a guy making serious music on a smartphone.
bro, look on youtube
oneplus confirmed that th 8T will have 3100 mAh battery..
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2020Wired headphones have far better sound quality than anything wireless, but headphones aren... more"Wired headphones have far better sound quality than anything wireless"
Do you have an argument for that?
Wireless lossless can't be worse. Wireless with lossy codecs are transparent at a certain bitrate. Newer codecs like AAC are transparent at 192k. The newest are closer to 128k. Bluetooth is 3000k with any codec.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2020Year 2000 called, they want their smartphone features back2020 Galaxy M51 headphone jack, 7000mAh, dedicated sd card slot
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2020Headphone jack and sd card more useful.Year 2000 called, they want their smartphone features back
SuuperBaka, 23 Sep 2020This is so true, that's why I'm sticking with SonySonys support (in Europe at least) is so bad that as soon as your device has a problem and it will have a few since it's a Sony device, you will regret your decision big time and never buy Sony again. Promise.
DrevoXtreme, 24 Sep 2020Why are people still so concerned with a headphone jack and sd card. For one, there are so man... moreWired headphones have far better sound quality than anything wireless, but headphones aren't the only reason for needing the jack. Educate yourself.
And sd card slot is convenient for swapping cards, more convenient than needing to carry an extra piece of plastic.
And both the headphone jack and sd card slot require very little space within the phone; mfrs remove them to increase profit through sales of wireless headphones and cloud services.
Samsung Galaxy M51 has a 7000mAh battery, headphone jack and sd card slot (dedicated + dual sim).
DrevoXtreme, 24 Sep 2020Why are people still so concerned with a headphone jack and sd card. For one, there are so man... moreProbably one of the best befitting comments I read. It was much needed. Thank you.
Why are people still so concerned with a headphone jack and sd card. For one, there are so many options for wireless headphones now which are a much better solution then Gavin NG wires going from the phone to your ear. Second, with the sd card. It's not a real necessity anymore as the size of memory these days is fairly big. If you are really concerned about space then simply use a OTG adapter and store your info such as pictures on separate sd cards or usb devices. You shouldn't make a decision on a phone based on such small things. I've used many devices and believe me OnePlus devices are very easy to use and you definitely won't be disappointed!
SuuperBaka, 24 Sep 2020I only charge my phone at night and the adaptive care on my Xperia is so useful, I also love t... moreI often talked about a specific battery management set of options, allowing for example slow and gentle charge until the alarm clock, blocking maximum battery percentages at a certain maximum level, charging at X speed, also allowing of course to disable all that in a single button press, like Wi-Fi and quickly fast charge when we need to.
Many other options like that, including putting the battery in what we call "storage charge" to allow devices to be constantly plugged without damaging the battery, I removed the battery of two cheap tablets I bought (specifically for that) to run Macro Deck to have a nice launcher at hand reach, but I did prefer to remove the battery than having it burn because it was constantly plugged.
I agree, with this huge emphasis on camera phones nowadays, dedicated camera button is a must, mainly if it is reprogrammable for other uses too.
Demongornot, 24 Sep 2020Exactly, Sony being the inventor of the 3.5mm size of Jack 60 years ago, it would be a shame i... moreI only charge my phone at night and the adaptive care on my Xperia is so useful, I also love the camera button on the phones.
SuuperBaka, 23 Sep 2020This is so true, that's why I'm sticking with SonyExactly, Sony being the inventor of the 3.5mm size of Jack 60 years ago, it would be a shame if they removed it from their phones !
Independent SD Slot now that we have even more things than ever to store and the Jack with all the recent high quality wired headphones available have no justifications to be removed.
I mean, it is like flat display, maybe they did woke up and understood that peoples did prefer that, and the pop up camera from the OnePlus 7(t) Pro is also a really popular requested things to be brought back and one of the first step toward removing the front camera and rather using a more Zenfone 6/7/7 Pro like approach.
If only fast charging would be optional, when charging overnight for example, a "battery health management" feature would be way more useful than fast charging, though fast charging have its pros, it isn't something THAT necessary or that you always want, like the front camera, which is why the pop up had so much success on the OnePlus 7(t) Pro.
And when we see the price of those phones, not allowing those really cheap to implement features is a shame !
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2020Headphone jack and sd card more useful.This is so true, that's why I'm sticking with Sony