Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II to use Qualcomm S5 Audio chipset
Audio manufacturer Bose is said to be working on the release of its next range of updated audio products, including a new line of TWS headphones that will be a new addition to the popular TWS QuietComfort series of headphones.
However, with all the leaks and rumors giving us our first look at the upcoming Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II, there is still no such confirmation from Bose. As the headphones hit the internet, Bose has officially confirmed plans to hold an event to launch its next range of audio headphones. However, the good news is that Bose has already started sending invitations to select enthusiasts around the world. We assume that with this presentation, Bose will introduce the new updated Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II.
As we mentioned above, Bose has already started sending out invitations for the presentation of its new upcoming headphones, which are called QuietComfort Earbuds II. However, Bose has not yet confirmed whether it will release the headphones on that date.
According to recent reports, it is speculated that at the upcoming IFA exhibition scheduled in Berlin, Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon will give us the first glimpse and update of Qualcomm’s line of chipsets for audio products. Special audio chipset S5. In addition, there is speculation that we may see Qualcomm’s CEO finally announce and confirm a partnership with audio manufacturer Bose.
However, we do know that Cristiano will announce that future audio devices will work with all of these devices in the future. In addition, Bose’s upcoming TWS headphones will be the first TWS equipped with the new Qualcomm S5 audio chipset.
However, as an audio brand, this makes a lot of sense for Bose, as it is always looking to deliver a new generation of TWS headphones with the latest specs and new features. With these new headphones, we will see that these new headphones have a smaller aspect ratio and can provide better sound output with less battery consumption.
As for the chipset, the newly released S5 Audio SoC is a quad-core processor that includes a 32-bit dual-core application subsystem and a programmable dual-core audio DSP subsystem. The latest connectivity features include Bluetooth version 5.3, which supports radio with Bluetooth LE audio. Additionally, we see support for Google Fast Name and Qualcomm Adaptive ANC to improve the noise cancellation function for users.