With the increasing number of smart phone manufacturers who have decided to abandon separate headphones 3.5 mm in their smart phones, it means that the more users they moving to In-Ear Headphones Wireless Headphones. I don’t doubt that wireless connectivity is still welcome, but the downside is that it requires a battery, which means it must be recharged regularly, something that will not be possible constantly.
However, the good news for Android users is that with the update to Android Q next, start Google in display more details about the battery life in wireless headsets, which means that energy will not explode from your speakers suddenly, because the percentage will let you know the time to recharge it.
According to Google, it has stated by saying : ” with the continuation of headphones wireless true gain momentum in the market, it is important to build support at the system level for these headphones wireless. Later this year, will be able to wireless headphones are a real supplier with a Fast Pair of broadcast information of the battery for the headphones. This allows features such as opening and closing of the notices of the battery and reporting the battery level for each component via the user interface “.
In addition, the company will Google also makes changes to the feature, Fast Pair, such as providing the feature of ” Find My Device ” in the app and on the web, allowing users to track lost devices.