Common hardware, conforming to the majority, has bluetooth integration.
The majority of users of every distribution, linux or otherwise, “need it”.
Bluetooth support is needed. Know what’s not “technically” needed for Arch to boot? A DE, WM, WIFI drivers, touchpad/mouse support, tlp, power manager, an internet browser, media player, etc. Yet, they are present in Endeavour OS! Know why? Because Endeavour OS is NOT Arch Linux, it a distribution based on it!
Want bare minimum? Leave EOS and go be an Arch purist somewhere else. Users want distributions that are reliable. Having built-in support for a most basic hardware meets the needs of average users.
Here’s a little detail you overlooked.
warning: bluez-5.50-6 is up to date -- reinstalling
looking for conflicting packages...
Packages (1) bluez-5.50-6
Total Installed Size: 1.85 MiB
Net Upgrade Size: 0.00 MiB
:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n]
Support is present, with no front-end. According to your way of thinking, EOS ought to be rid of “Network Manager”. After all, one can always configure a network connection by terminal, same way you would a bluetooth device. Easy right?
Don’t waste any more of my time, please.