The OnePlus 6T is expected to be released in November and has one more confirmed change over its predecessor. The phone will not have the traditional headphone output, which has already been abandoned by some handsets. The information was confirmed by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei. In an interview with TechRadar, He also makes no statements about the battery capacity, although he indicates that the battery life will be noticeably better with the new device.
“By removing the input, we have freed up more space, which allows us to put more new technologies into the product,” he said. The executive assured that the company did not make that decision just to follow what other brands are doing.
What contributed to the end of the headset entry in the OnePlus 6T was a survey done by the company with its users. “We found that 59% of our community already had wireless headphones,” Pei explained. The result showed that now would be the right time to adhere to the change.
To allow conventional standard headsets to work on your new smartphone, OnePlus will include an adapter in the package. In addition, the company is working on a headset itself capable of connecting to the USB-C port.T he accessory will feature a Cirrus Logic analog-to-digital converter and can also be used in the USB-C ports of notebooks and tablets. It will be released along with the phone and should cost $19.
Remember that the OnePlus 6T will also feature a fingerprint reader under the screen. This information was confirmed earlier this week by the manufacturer itself and makes the smartphone join models such as Vivo X21 UD and Oppo R17, which also adopted the reader under the screen.
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