If you keep yourself updated with the latest technology, then you must be aware of the market for new wireless headphones, 2018 has been a remarkable year for the wireless headphones tech.
A recent research provides a study that an increase in the use of cellphones and continuous transformation in internet connectivity is driving the sales of wireless earphones. Upgradation of internet technology such as 3G to 4G to 5G and the attraction of customers for highly equipped smart devices wherein, internet connectivity is constantly evolved. Moreover, the key players have brought out more meaningful, reliable, and tangible and delightful improvements that have made the wireless audio tech much more exciting than ever before. Let’s learn about these changes.
2018 is the year USB-C Becomes the Norm in the Smart Devices Technology
It’s not just smartphones and laptops that are being connected to USB-C ports. According to a recent report by The Verge, monitors from Phillips now have built-in USB-C docks and future cars as well as gaming devices will also be built with USB-C docks. The technology has also been adopted by earphone companies almost, every new pair of wireless headphones or earphones has featured a USB-C charging port. For instance, recently Sony switched to USB-C charging with its latest model 1000X M3s.
Integration of Google Assistant in Headphones
The emergence of Google assistant headphones has a distinct advantage. The integration of voice assistant will be a key component of the future of consumer-tier headphones and make them autonomously smart much in the same way that smartwatches have evolved. Like, the most useful feature is the ability that you don’t need to read incoming notifications aloud or to pull out your phone. The assistant will do that for you.
Design to withstand the expectations of a customer
The headphones are now being designed to look an icon of an audio headset, the designs are modified as per the customer feedback. Sony’s third-generation 1000Xs are, once again, the key example of smarter and compact design of headphones. Increased functional quality is one of the major features and to make it compact enough to fit in a pocket or a hand, sturdy enough to withstand pressure, and practical enough to weather a rainstorm.
It's the sort of idea that could change the way you listen to music, so don't be surprised if the technology evolved all over the place. It is very clear that the perfect pair of headphones would need to have the smarter design, have a built-in mic, cost-effective, deliver phenomenal sound, and protect the ears of the wearer.