Qualcomm releases two headset SoCs: support for voice assistant and active noise reduction

Today, Qualcomm officially released two split Bluetooth headset chips QCC514x and QCC304x SoC. Both products support Qualcomm's TrueWireless mirroring technology, which can achieve more stable connections, and support the hybrid active noise reduction technology of voice assistant and Qualcomm.

Qualcomm's TrueWireless technology connects a phone to one headset and mirrors it to another. This theoretically reduces the data required for the two headphones to synchronize and enhances the reliability of the connection. When the user removes the earphone on one side, the other earphone will automatically become the main earphone, which makes them feel more like "true wireless Bluetooth earphones".

As for the built-in Qualcomm hybrid active noise reduction technology, in other words, you can add noise reduction to relatively low-priced products.

In terms of voice hand support, QCC514x can be activated by a wake-up word. For example, you can wake up the related voice assistant by saying "Little Love Classmate" or "Tmall Elf". QCC304x needs to wake up by pressing a button.

In general, the two chips released by Qualcomm this time are designed to decentralize the functions of many high-end Bluetooth headsets to lower-priced products. And as one of the major chip manufacturers in the Android field, I believe that mobile phones equipped with these two chips will have better compatibility between mobile phones.