My browsing around looking for headphone jacks resulted in discovering many other issues with the Pixel 2 such as not connecting to mesh routers, burned in displays, black smearing, clicking and high pitched sounds, 10 db difference between two of it’s speakers, and random reboots. I’m disappointed because I like Google and use many of their services so I would have expected more from this company.
@grimblegromble I think it’s around the beginning of November, right before thanksgiving/holiday shopping. If you have any large Aldis in your area, when I went last week one of them still had a bunch of their electronics available. It is probably different post-xmas though. I was all about their giant silicon pastry mats for $9 though and didn’t pay too much attention. My pies were amazing thanks to that mat.
Digital volume adjust. Will this work with Android phones? My past history with headphones using buttons instead of a dial or slider has always been good on iOS, but bad on Android. (The two mobile OSes adopted different standards.)
As far as quality goes I can say that these are pretty solid. I work 10h shifts in a burn lab that has a lot of duct work and brick between our prep room and the testing room aisles and I can stay connected to my phone in the prep room through about 250ft of it before it cuts out. The battery also tends to last for 9h of music, don’t know about calls or other uses.