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Android Q will support a more complete wireless headset: see battery details, find the location if lost

The Fast Pair feature of Android has just been added by Google to help improve the experience of using wireless headsets. From now until the end of the year, thanks to Fast Pair, Android users will be able to see the battery details of independent headphones and cases, as well as notify the battery life when users close or open the wireless headset box cover.

The new gadgets that Fast Pair brings are similar to those already available on Apple's AirPods headset. When the user can see the battery capacity of the left ear, right ear as well as the case. Or every time you put the box near the phone and open the lid, it also notifies the battery capacity so we know the charging line.

In addition, you will be able to track the location of the headphones via Fast Pair. The location of the headset will display in the Find My Device app or via the web page, it will show the location and the last time it was used, allowing you to unpair or play a bell if near. All new features will appear on Android Q by the end of the year. Here are the headphones that will support Fast Pair new, you are ready to buy, so check it out:

  • Anker Spirit Pro GVA
  • Anker SoundCore Flare + (Speaker)
  • JBL Live 220BT
  • JBL Live 400BT
  • JBL Live 500BT
  • JBL Live 650BT
  • Jaybird Tarah
  • 1More Dual Driver BT ANC
  • LG HBS-SL5
  • LG HBS-PL5
  • Cleer Ally Plus


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