CNet's Lynn La got an exclusive interview with OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, who broke down his decision to include the in-screen fingerprint sensor but remove the headphone jack, which is a controversial move.
It'll be the first phone in the US sold in the US through a carrier with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
But is it worth it to lose the headphone jack Ben?
I like the idea of in screen finger print sensor more than getting rid of the headphone jack for additional speakers.
Because I know that's what Apple did and I'm kind of like well how much do I actually use those speakers anyway?
Like sometimes the speaker but.
Otherwise, it's not like I'm blasting out music, using that.
So that, to me feels like it could be good, I don't know.
Good enough for you?
I don't know.
I'd like to try it out.
What do you think?
The phone is also a little bit thicker.
I like the idea of an integrative fingerprint sensor, and I've got an iPhone.
Ten that has no headphone jack.
So I've been kind of use to it.
I have bluetooth headphones.
One plus actually released these one plus like bullet bluetooth headphones earlier this year.
So they've clearly been getting people ready for this.
Mm, why can't why just have it all?
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