Choose one: 3.5 mm headphone jack or in-display fingerprint scanner?
Even the people's champion — OnePlus — chose to remove the jack from its latest "flagship killer". The OnePlus 6T sports an in-display fingerprint scanner, but the tech barely left any room inside the device, which is why the headphone connector had to be removed. At least, that's what OnePlus said.
Now, we've been hearing rumors that Samsung is finally preparing an in-screen fingerprint scanner of its own... and we've also been hearing that the Galaxy S10 will not have a headphone jack.
So, we wondered... if the choice is between one of those two — would you rather have a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, which sits under a beautiful, bezel-less screen, or would you rather have the headphone jack and just an ordinary fingerprint scanner on the side or back of the device?