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New Teaser Hints Le 2 Has Abandoned The 3.5mm Headphone Jack

by Joe 12

Le 2 will meet us on April 20, which is just a couple of days away. We know that the phone will be good, thanks to the numerous leaks that have been making rounds on the internet for the past few year. But will it be revolutionary? After seeing the new teaser from the Jia Yueting, we probably think so.

le 2 no headphone jack

The new teaser from the CEO himself reveals a phone broken into pieces and we can clearly see the headphone connector reaching out towards the device. The 3.5mm jack seems to be broken and besides it, we can see a USB Type-C port, which could be a good indication that the Le 2 will abandon the traditional headphone jack in favor of a USB Type-C based headphones.

Also, the words on top of the image say, “USB Type-C Era, How To Open Up A New Generation Of Audio Revolution?”. Apart from the image, CEO also said that it is time to get rid of something. So, everything seems to reveal that the upcoming LeEco flagship might be the first one to abandon the 3.5mm headphone jack. Well, if Apple iPhone 7 was going to get rid of this slot, LeEco made sure that it won’t be the first.

Yesterday, the real Le 2 was allegedly leaked, which also showed that the traditional slot was missing.

Le 2 leak abandon headphone

As for other specs, the Le 2 is expected to come with a borderless design (Borderless technology 3.0) with a 5.5-inch 1080p display. Under the hood, there will be the Helio X20 chipset clocked at 2.3GHz and 3GB of RAM. The phone will feature a 16MP camera at the back and an 8MP front facing shooter. It is said that the base variant starts at 32GB storage.

 

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  • AshrafChopan

    Absebce of Audio jack can be a deal breaker for many.

  • Jakub

    Are they going to launch the pro and/or max with it?

  • tauerman

    Will they provide an adapter for 3.5mm?
    Oppo R5 was the first smartphone without headphone jack if I remember correctly. And they provided an adapter.

  • VMortens

    Xaxaxa, they’re trying to be innovative in misunderstood meaning of this word.
    IMHO it is still to early to give up the mini-USB connector, but Type-C is something you can live with. Lack of 3.5mm jack is a completely different story – this idea will blow back in their faces.

    • ARUN SUBRAMANIAN

      Yeah..though bluetooth is there for ages,yet nothing like hard wired good quality earphones,dont know how much of space saving they got by removing headphones…was really looking forward as next buy..this is just a detriment to that decision making.

      • VMortens

        No worries. IMHO, a version with the 3.5mm jack will be relaesed only few months later when they realise how much of a f…k-up it is.

  • VMortens

    Xaxaxa, they’re trying to be innovative in misunderstood meaning of this word.
    IMHO it is still to early to give up the mini-USB connector, but Type-C is something you can live with. Lack of 3.5mm jack is a completely different story – this idea will blow back in their faces.

  • leifo

    Headphone jack is just problems for me. Bluetooth is better I think. Less cables that can stuck into things and broken earphones.

    • VMortens

      One thing – they’ve no idea how many there is people who paid more for their headphones than for the phone …
      Second – BT still doesnt provide this much of sound quality.

  • leifo

    Headphone jack is just problems for me. Bluetooth is better I think. Less cables that can stuck into things and broken earphones.

  • quodvadis

    lol trying to be apple when you’re far from it.

  • erictheking87

    No 3.5mm jack? Haha, lol… come on, for those who doesn’t care about sound quality, or those who are using just stock earbuds it doesn’t matter. For anyone who cares about SQ and has good headphones it’s a deal breaker.