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For the Lack of a Jack

got a shock when I visited a T-Mobile store last May after losing my smartphone. I asked for the latest Samsung Galaxy S-series model—but as I spun the new S20 in my hand, I realized that Samsung had finally eliminated the headphone jack from its top phones, just as Apple had done way back in 2016. As a professional headphone reviewer, I was as reluctant to give up the headphone jack as a trumpet player

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