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OnePlus 5T Will Feature A 3.5mm Headphone Jack
February 22 2018, 04:28 | Guillermo Bowen
OnePlus 5T sticks with the headphone jack, unlike the iPhone X and Pixel 2
In each of the images, the round headphone jack port is clearly visble.
It looks like the OnePlus 5T release date is just around the corner and, what's more, it looks like it'll be a more significant update than the OnePlus 3T was back in November 2016.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has officially confirmed what the next OnePlus 5T will be called and whether it has a headphone jack.
The China-based giant is still not ready to give up on the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack. Remember how Google touted the original Pixel phone line's headphone jacks, only to take them away for the Pixel 2? Our initial reaction to Pei's tweet was that the joker is the card in the pack that stands out, which we took as meaning the OnePlus phones will stand out against competition because it will retain the headphone jack. So what will OnePlus 5T offer?
OnePlus have always been tipped to be working on a 5T, an update to the flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone released back in June.
OnePlus has a new device coming.
Further, the company says that 80% of its customers are taking advantage of the 3.5mm jack on its devices.
The main difference between the 5 and 5T will definitely be on the front.
An image posted by OnePlus on Twitter on Wednesday, also provided a strong indication that the upcoming phone will be called the OnePlus 5T.
If the leaked information is accurate, it's possible the OnePlus 5T will be available to buy at end of November or early December. Its decision to keep the headphone jack, and its reasoning behind it, will also likely continue this rather heated debate on this matter for some time to come. "Sometimes, industry trends go against our core beliefs", he writes. This is one of those times when we respectfully disagree on what it means to be courageous. There's only one handset to work from, which coincidentally came out almost a year ago to the month. The handset is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor mated to either 6GB or 8GB of RAM, depending upon the storage variants - 64GB or 128GB. That's why we prioritize the user and make good technology accessible.