Significant improvements can be expected for Bluetooth in the coming years, as reported by Bluetooth SIG, the group responsible for setting a technology standard, at CES 2020. One of the highlights of the promises made is the connection offered audio, with various mobile phones. losing connection to standard headset, maintaining a fast and stable transfer will be one of the goals. This will be done through an initiative called by the Bluetooth LE Audio, which includes the necessary codes to make this happen.
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In addition to better overall audio quality, support for the hearing impaired will be added and allow audio transmission to multiple senders at the same time. Another detail that can have a significant impact on smartphone usage is the adhesion of the LCE codec, Low Complexity Communication Codec, which promises to drastically reduce the power consumption of the devices using bluetooth, as well as offering improvements in the quality of the sounds played. Most devices currently use the SBC (Sub Band Codec) codec, which provides poor quality, while others use Qualcomm's AptX. The verge, the SBC codec greatly increases bitrate to be able to transfer higher quality sounds, which dramatically increases power consumption. Bluetooth SIG has tested and found that users prefer the new LC3 codec, even using significantly smaller bitrates.
According to the group, the improvements should come in the first half of 2020, which means that the devices that will be able to benefit from the applications will start from 2020. For those who are an audio enthusiast, it may be interesting to know the FiiO M15, smartphone made Especially for reproducing high quality audio, which does not abandon the standard connector and offers others.
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