Qualcomm launches QCC514x and QCC304x for Wireless Earbuds with integrated noise cancellation


Qualcomm – one of the largest chipmakers in the industry has now announced two new chipsets for true-wireless earbuds. The newly launched chipsets include Qualcomm QCC514x and Qualcomm QCC304x which the company claims to deliver premium features to offer a rich sound experience with true-wireless earbuds.

These new Qualcomm’s chipset supports Qualcomm’s TrueWireless Mirroring technology to offer a reliable connection between the device and the earbuds. This new technology makes a reliable connection from a phone or audio device through a single earbud, which is then mirrored to the second earbud. In this way, it cuts down the sync time between the device and both of the earbuds. 

Apart from this, both of these new chipsets come integrated with the company’s “hybrid ANC,” which promises integrated noise-cancellation technology. This enables even cheaper earbuds to offer active noise cancellation as well as “leak-through” for outside noise, which seems similar to transparency modes on regular noise-canceling headphones.

Qualcomm QCC514X lineup offers support for Always-on voice assistant activation, the QCC304X series chipsets rely on push-button activation for AI assistants. The company claims that these new chipsets are power efficient and also comes with better battery life.

As for the availability of these chipsets, Qualcomm says that they are planning to start shipping these new chipsets to manufactures from next month. Also, the company says that we can expect to see new products based on these SoCs to arrive in the market by Q2 2020.

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