Jane, 28 Mar 2020I've forwarded your comment to the editors, but why don't you tip us next time? (https://www.g... moreHey, I totally would've, except I thought it was a conscious choice on editors part, to not pursue this, than an unintentional oversight.
I mean, it's not like I talked about something that was released mere minutes ago on some remote Twitter handle. News was already out about it and covered by some major outlets 2 days ago. Not to mention it's Qualcomm we're talking about. Everything they do is tech news.
And all of it in an area that is hugely popular right now and gaining momentum everyday. TWS earphones. It becomes even more important since you guys dropped the 3.5 mm jack testing. (Or conspiracy theorist in me would whisper it's some some of damage control, the omission, in an extreme likelihood?)
Personally I'm not fan of TWS stuff. But if improvements in this area are made, or in general it's any kind of tech news that's exciting, I thought they should be covered. Regardless of how I feel about it, because many people do like the convenience of TWS.
So, anyway here was why I didn't make it a tip. It was more of a gripe than anything else, my comment.
I'm more interested in the wifi 6 router and the TV. I still prefer wired headphones so not that interested in the tws earphones.
Abhi-Darth-Plagueis, 28 Mar 2020Why didn't GSMArena publish articles about the new TWS chipsets by Qualcomm, that were release... moreI've forwarded your comment to the editors, but why don't you tip us next time? (https://www.gsmarena.com/tipus.php3)
Why didn't GSMArena publish articles about the new TWS chipsets by Qualcomm, that were released some days ago? the 514x and 314x. That could've been useful for people thinking about going with this Xiaomi TWS2.
"Xiaomi's AIoT and accessories portfolio is expanding rapidly."
Guess you could say it's expanding... A loT