In my office, I’ve got only a pair of true wireless earbuds.
Sometimes it pairs with phone to take calls.
Sometime it pairs with my laptop for an online course on datacamp.
I get a lot of calls from my customers – it just happens when I am doing with my online course, it’s not possible to switch back pairing with my phone like double press or alike. Ideally my earbuds can also pair with my phone so I can receive the call with a single press.
So what is the multipoint and why they should implement on true wireless earbuds?
Multipoint is a function that Bluetooth peripheral devices can switch back and forth between devices they connect to. Currently this function can support only 2 devices for example your phone for calls and your laptop or table for music playback.
Over ear headphones such as WH-1000XM3 supports multipoint – actually the Qualcomm CSR8675 SoC has integrated this function. Or CSR8645 processor often found in wired wireless Bluetooth earbuds also support it. Newest TWS processors don’t support this function.
If you have been looking for a pair of multipoint wireless earbuds – I am quite sure you won’t get it until TWS SoC integrates the multipoint. And it’s not an easy task since each side of earbuds has to manage their own connection with the other and with devices they steam music from and that is up to 3 devices. Maybe in the near feature the SoC will be developed and it can support up to 3 or more device at the same time.
Actually the Jabra Elite 65t and 75t (powered by QCC5126 which has Dual Qualcomm core Kalimba DSP with integrated multipoint) supports multipoint function.
But other don’t
I got a couple of cheap true wireless earbuds, if I just use a single one (L or R) it can pair with my phone and my laptop, but when I used both (L and R are synced) they can’t connect simultaneously with my devices.