Do Huawei P40/P40 Pro have 3.5mm Headphone Jack?

After Huawei P40 series launched, it caused great repercussions in the smartphone market.It equipped with 6.2″ four-sided “overflow” display, a curved screen on all sides (bar the corners) that’s almost bezel-less and high-resolution image sensor (40MP 1/1.54″). The waterproof IP68 is coming back which means Huawei P40 would miss the 3.5mm headphone jack.In fact, it is not hard to  water proof a headphone jack, as Samsung has been doing this for several years now. But most of companies choose to remove the headphone jack to improve the waterproofness.

It is expensive to make waterproof headphone jack.Removing headphone jack is the clear up the limited space in the phone for other hardware, like a second camera. Huawei P40/P40 Pro don’t have headphone jack, you can use wireless earphone instead of wired headset.Huawei original Freebuds 3  are lightweight, comfortable, offering ANC and  good sound quality. That ‘s a good accessory if you purchase Huawei P40.

Wireless headset is a new trend among most of young people who are totally giving up the traditional wired headphone.Even so,Wireless headset  is easily fast power consumption and  they need batteries to power them.Besides,  they have a less direct connection than wired headphones. Yes, you need to turn on Bluetooth, turn on headphones, connect to them, and listen, while wired headset,Plug and listen. Meanwhile, the wireless headset is easily to be  broken when dropped and more expensive than wired earphone.Some of people still prefer to use the wired headset. The fact is that most smartphone manufacturers are not willing to increase the expense to explore the waterproof headphone jack, which will disappoint someone who are used to use wired headset.

3.5 mm headphone jack is endangered , but they are not extinct yet.Even though we can’t choose the newest iPhone or Samsung series, there are still some smartphones you can choose.If a headphone jack is what you need, or even just what you think you might want at some point, you can pick Google Pixel 3A and 3A XL,(only $299 at Amazon),Samsung Galaxy S10,Motorola Moto G7 and LG G8 ThinQ.

 

The removement of headphone jack is a hard decision for manufacturers,especially  for some high-end flagship phone.Headphone jack has many advantages, but not mainstream needs. In the nealy future, the headphone jack will be removed totally and  bluetooth will have a great development.

 

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One thought on “Do Huawei P40/P40 Pro have 3.5mm Headphone Jack?

  1. No 3.5mm jack ….. so it will not be a Huawei P40.
    And then the manufacturer would also like you to spend around 200 euros on those fragile ….. where are they again ….. releases fragile and non-repairable earplugs that draw blue tooth power and that the earplugs battery is empty let it run And only to save money from a waterproof 3.5mm jack. I think it’s just part of a business model. Nice earning from the earplugs of which the battrij will let you know he he he On a phone of 1000 euros, a waterproof 3.5 mm jack can not form the bottle neck for whether or not to assemble may save a few euros but because it is so nice earning is if you do not assemble it, of course you do not want to be the first because the customer has to be put in a forced position. But now that the other manufacturers are doing it, we will do it as Huawei. I would buy the Huawei P40 but never mind. Yes, as a telephone manufacturer you will have to do something to boost the profit even further. Tip make sure that there is a date counter in the phone that lets the device burn through on a certain date, this makes even more money Good for the bonuses

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