The new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are devices very complete that incorporate the latest technologies. They have almost everything that you can ask to a high-end smartphone… but have decided to go for the non-inclusion of jack of 3.5 mm. A decision that continues the line seen in other manufacturers.
Today the truth is that having jack of 3.5 mm is very useful. You can connect headphones with no further problems and the sound quality is exceptional. However, the future passes us that we can do without it. Bluetooth headsets are becoming better and cheaper, while on Android the audio análogico can be drawn through the USB Type C. That is to say, through the USB port-C can connect a headset.
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How? Very simple, with a headphone adapter USB-C-to-3.5 mm And fortunately Google gives us one of these in the case of the Pixel 2. Problem solved. It is an extra accessory that we have to take over and occupy his space, but it is a small price to pay for getting the public to become accustomed to the lack of jack of 3.5 mm
yes, don’t lose him because then we will have to pay 20 dollars for the adapter. Quite a bit more expensive than the adapters that we found at Amazon. A price disproportionate, but in the line of the exorbitant prices for who is imposing this new Google.
Extra: a charger Moshi USB-C 3.5 mm
Another option that offers us that Google has better paints, but it is still more expensive and occupies more space, which is an adapter USB type-C that provides us with an entry of 3.5 mm and one USB port C. An accessory of the brand Moshi with the label
Has a price 44,95 dollars and weighs 64 grams. do Not doubt its effectiveness, but with these prices and this size we are forcing to use the bluetooth for the headset. It seems that they do it on purpose, isn’t it?.
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The news The Google Pixel 2 come with an adapter for USB-C at 3.5 mm, but it is better not to lose it was originally published in Xataka Android by Enrique Perez .