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Thursday March 26, 2020

Two new chips from Qualcomm may offer noise cancellation for cheap wireless headphones

The American semiconductor giant Qualcomm has announced a new pair of Bluetooth chips for wireless headsets, namely Qualcomm QCC514x and QCC304x SoCs.

Where both chips will support the company TrueWireless Mirroring technology that makes the connection more stable and easier to pair with devices in addition to an important feature which is canceling noise or noise.

The ANC noise cancellation feature and its availability in Qualcomm’s new chips as a standard feature may make the matter of attaching a feature to the cheap wireless headphones a reality that will no longer be the preserve of the high-end class only; and with high performance as described by the company similar to that provided by the wireless headphones while maintaining battery life Longer even while noise canceling is on.

The main difference between the two new chips is that the QCC514x is supported by the permanent mode of the voice assistant, as is the case with the Apple AirPods and Amazon Echo Buds while the QCC304x SoCs chip supports the manual activation of the voice assistant by hand instead of the keywords.

It is evident from the new design and Qualcomm’s support for its chips with these standard specifications of support for noise cancellation and voice assistant will deny the fact that these specifications are the preserve of the leading wireless headphones and are well known in the market and we will witness the expansion of the patch to include more good options for the consumer at lower prices in the coming period.

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