Google To Follow Apple’s Lead On Key Feature
Based on fresh leaks about this year’s Google Pixel, it looks like the device will follow in the footsteps of Apple’s iPhone 7 and arrive without a traditional headphone jack.
As originally reported by GSMArena, the device will sport a slightly curved display and a set of front-facing speakers – but no 3.5mm headphone jack.
Instead, it looks like Pixel-owners will have to rely on the Pixel’s single USB-C port and Bluetooth connectivity to get by.
The HTC-built Pixel and Pixel XL are said to have moved over 2.1 million units since their launch in September 2016.
Google’s follow-up devices are expected to release between August and October this year in order to coincide with the release of the Android O software update.