On Thursday Motorola Unveiled its first ever slimmest smartphone (Moto Z) but one of the disadvantages lies when you make a smartphone that is razor thin (Just 5.19 mm thick) is that you have a harder time discovering space for things like a major battery — or a 3.5mm Headphone jack. Surprisingly yes, Motorola Moto Z cut off the 3.5mm headphone jack to stay sharp with the competitors, as from last few months the rumor is roaming around about Apple’s Next iPhone 7 without the headphone jack. So, Motorola nailed it with the sharp bezel and powerful specs.
“WHEN YOU BUILD A SMARTPHONE HEAR OVER 5MM THIN, IT’S HARD TO SPOT ON THE HEADPHONE JACK!”
The Moto Z has a USB Type-C port, which makes an astounding job with regards to building the advanced sound engine mechanism as well as the quality. Michael Fisher from Android Authority has affirmed that the Moto Z accompanies a USB-C earphone connector (which sounds pretty cool but it will be hard to adopt for many of the customers), which should convert the audio to analog so you can connect to the earphones you as of now need to listen to music or watch a movie or even chat on (or to) your phone. While making sure of that, you cannot charge your phone while listening to music. Better you can find the solution of having a wireless headphone instead.
There is additionally the wireless option for the user who doesn’t like the wired thingy, the Bluetooth headsets and stereo earphones ought to work just fine. We will likewise be seeing an increasing in USB-C earphones as the port turns out to be more mainstream with a wide range of sound engine availability, and we anticipate that the availability will go up while the estimating goes down on those 3.5mm headphones as well.