The Cleer Ally Plus II was announced last week, and I have been using them since.
These build upon the success of the Cleer Ally Plus, upgrading the Qualcomm QCC5121 to the QCC5141, which brings with it Bluetooth 5.2, aptX Adaptive and improved ANC performance.
The Cleer Ally Plus II earbuds are based on the Qualcomm reference design and are the first commercially available earbuds using the QCC5141 (in the UK).
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