As Bluetooth earphones like the Galaxy Earbuds and the Airpods become popular, it’s only logical for phone manufacturers to slowly ditch the headphone jack.
Nowadays, you’ll find headphone jacks mostly on budget to mid-range devices, but the premium ones hardly come with one.
Here you’ll get a list of some of the best and more recent Samsung phones without headphone jacks. They are relevant in 2022 as their design and hardware are ideal for modern use.
Links to the devices will also be included if you feel like getting the device for yourself.
Overall Best: Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G is currently the best Samsung phone without a headphone jack. It’s no surprise this device is number one on the list. It is also currently the best Samsung phone with a flat screen.
It comes with the latest Snapdragon 888 5G chipset, which gives it 8GB of RAM to make sure none of the apps you’re using will terminate in the background.
It also comes with a 2.9GHz octa-core CPU, making it ideal for a smooth experience. Your apps are not going to lag, if you’re into gaming on mobile devices, you’re not going to experience lags on the S21+ 5G either.
Good thing it comes with 5G, this way you’re going to get superfast internet speeds. Not just for playing online games, but also for streaming videos and making video calls.
Talking about streaming, the phone comes with a 6.7 inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Making it a sharp and detailed display, with vibrant colors and deep blacks.
To protect the delicate screen is Gorilla Glass Victus, this makes sure you don’t get scratches on the display as you make it your daily driver.
And on days when things aren’t just working out? Well, it’s a water and dust resistant phone, so even if it’s a rainy day, you can still use this device.
And thanks to its 4,800mAh battery, you will be able to use this device for a whole day before charging, and when you need to charge it, its 25W charger will get you back to 100% in no time.
Best Budget: Samsung Galaxy M52 5G
Now the S21+ 5G may be overkill for you if you don’t need a device that’s waterproof because you’re okay with not using your phone in wet areas, or you just don’t need all that processing power.
Well, the M52 5G is your best bet.
Here you’re looking at a device that comes with a few similar features, like a 6.7 inch AMOLED display as well as a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels.
You’re going to be getting a sharp display on this device. However, you’re not getting any form of screen protection here like Gorilla Glass. But well, you already know it isn’t waterproof either so I’m sure you’re up for some gentle handling of the device.
The good part here is you get a device with either 6GB of RAM or 8GB, making it a device that will not terminate your apps in the background.
Also, its Snapdragon 778G chipset will make sure you’re on the go, this 2.4GHz CPU will keep you going as you use different apps.
It is also a good gaming device. Besides it also comes with 5G for fast internet speeds.
And to power all the activities you’re going to be carrying out here, you get a 5,000mAh battery here. It’s slightly better than the S21+ 5G.
It also supports fast charging at 25W.
Premium Overkill: Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G
Now the S21 Ultra 5G is one of those devices that you’ll probably get and not think about buying another phone for a while… unless you’re an enthusiast who just wants the latest phones.
Here you’re getting pretty much everything on steroids.
RAM goes up to 16GB, with this amount, you’ll be the one struggling to handle the number of apps you have opened on the device.
It also has 512GB of storage, you can download as many things as you want. You can even compare this storage size with some PCs.
The device is water and dust resistant, is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus, comes with 5 awesome cameras in total, and a huge 5,000mAh battery that supports fast charging at 25W.
This is the largest screen on the list today at 6.8 inches, it is a Dynamic AMOLED 2X screen. Besides being sharp with vibrant colors, it also has Stylus support for you guys with creative minds out there.
Resolution is also great at 1440 x 3200 pixels making this the sharpest screen.
To top everything off is its Snapdragon 888 5G chipset with a 2.9GHz octa-core CPU, by now you already know this device won’t be slowing down for any reason.
Yes, internet speed is also great because it supports 5G.
This device is way ahead of its time.
It Flips: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G
For a long time, we thought flip phones were a thing of the past. Obviously, we thought wrong.
The Z Flip3 5G is one of the flip phones Samsung has been working on over the years. While the previous generations had a lot of problems, they finally got it right with this one. And it’s probably just the beginning.
So the Z Flip3 5G comes with two screens, they’re both AMOLED displays, but the second screen is ideal for checking notifications on the device without needing to open the phone.
The main screen is a 6.7 inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2640 pixels, making it a sharp screen. You can stream videos in FullHD.
It is a water-resistant device, however, it’s not very good with dust so try to avoid that so you don’t end with a device that has issues opening or closing.
Under the hood, you get the Snapdragon 888 5G chipset, making it a device that’s not going to slow you down as you carry out your everyday activities.
It’s got a 2.84 CPU, it is fast enough to handle all the apps you’ll be opening from time to time. It’s also got 8GB of RAM, making sure you don’t get apps suddenly terminating in the background.
The only problem with this device so far is the battery, it’s only 3,300mAh. This is understandable because it’s a flip phone and too small to have 2 big batteries.
So it has to be a small battery that just takes up one side of the phone. If you’re going to be on the phone all day, then you may have to charge maybe twice.
Good thing it supports fast charging.
But look on the bright side, you finally get to hang up on people by closing the phone, just like old times.
Not So Popular but Great: Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2
Sadly, this device isn’t getting the recognition it deserves, just like my YouTube Channel.
Even though it is missing things like dust or water resistance, the latest chipset in the market, and wireless charging, it still has some really cool features.
Starting with the screen, it’s a 6.7 inch Dynamic AMOLED screen, with a high refresh rate. The resolution is 1440 x 3200 pixels, which is better than most of the devices we’ve talked about so far.
You’re only not getting Gorilla Glass protection here.
It is a fast device. With 6GB of RAM, you’re going to be swimming through different apps on the device, its 2.96GHz Snapdragon 855+ octa-core CPU will also keep you up and running, be it normal apps or intense ones and games.
To store all those apps and games is 128GB of internal storage, you can also expand storage with an SD card. And it’s a dedicated SD card slot, so you don’t have to throw away one of your SIM cards just to use it.
The fingerprint scanner is under the display, which is something you see mostly on premium devices. And finally, you get a 4,500mAh battery.
The battery is ideal for light or heavy use. It also supports fast charging.
While a lack of the headphone jack can improve design, it also reduces the number of foreign objects that can get stuck in the phone.
And with Bluetooth headphones, you won’t have a lot of wires around.
But if you ever need to use wired headphones on the devices listed, you can get a USB Type-C headphone dongle, this way you can listen to your favorite songs or watch your favorite videos while your Bluetooth earphones charge.