Samsung has unveiled two new chipset – MUA01 and MUB01 – made for all future Airpod alternatives of true wireless earbuds, but which are already on board the latest Galaxy Buds+.
Two chipset – the first dedicated to the charging case, and the second to the earbuds – designed to minimize the overall dimensions of the components, therefore offer more space for the battery.
As reported by the official infographic, the individual components are brought together into one and, thanks to the combination of different technologies, the manufacturer has been able to group or up to ten components, taking up less space than the previous solutions.
The MUA01 dedicated to the charging case is also the first solution in the sector to support wireless and wired charging in a single chip, it also includes a small eFlash memory unit, to modify the firmware and to support other functions.
As already mentioned, both chips have entered mass production for some time, and will also find a place on future true wireless Airpod alternatives, in addition to the aforementioned Samsung galaxy buds reviews here, but it lacks noise cancellation technology. Don’t worry, we also have the latest options in the best noise cancelling earbuds 2020 year starts with the recently announced Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 and Sol Republic Amps Air+ Earbuds.