Although a headphone jack doesn’t take up that much space in a smartphone, large companies are starting out with it Apple decided it was time for us to go wireless. But if you’re an audiophile who loves your wired headphones or just doesn’t find bluetooth headphones that convenient, we’ve listed the best modern headphone jack phones for you here.
Best phones with a headphone jack, in summary:
Asus ROG phone 5
Additionally, the ROG Phone 5 features some of the best front-loading dual speakers ever installed on a smartphone. So, if you value your music, you are likely to love this phone.
For more information, see our full ROG Phone 5 review, but to sum it up, it’s a flagship gaming smartphone with great performance and lots of great features including a music equalizer.
Google Pixel 4a (5G)
A more low-key option for Android users, the Google Pixel 4a 5G has a headphone jack, fantastic camera performance, and a great price for all that it is.
It offers a clean, stock and smooth Android experience, a 6.2-inch display, and good bottom-firing speakers. For more information on this phone, see our full guide Google Pixel 4a (5G) review here.
Samsung Galaxy A72
Samsung’s flagships from early 2021 did not have a headphone jack, but the mid-range Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 have one, with the latter being the larger phone.
Aside from the 3.5mm jack, the A72 features a beautiful modern design, a 6.7-inch screen, a large battery, IP67 dust and water resistance, and some high-quality cameras for a mid-ranger.
Would you like to see photo examples and more details about this phone? Check out our full Samsung Galaxy A72 review.
Would you like to know more about it? See our full LG Velvet review, complete with more design shots of this beautiful phone. You may also want to read the latest information Deals on LG Phones now that they are discounted. All of them have a headphone jack.
In addition, we have a list with the The best high end bluetooth wireless headphones to buy here in 2021 in case you want to give wireless audio a chance.
Does your smartphone have a headphone jack and do you need it or do you think it’s time to let go of it and move on?