Well if you step from the details, as we have just impression, not full specs, it does give you a snapshot of what’s coming in next weeks/months.
The challenge I see is that Soundcore within Anker is competing against itself significantly. The Life P3 against other similar, so incremental improvements are real but small. The Q35 biggest competitor is the Q30, etc.
That is a complement. But.
The complexity of so many, and so similar, and so overlapping, products is going to cause consumer confusion - the basic “what do I buy” which slows decisions - and support who have a significant challenge to know the nuances of each product and the RCA in troubleshooting. “you have the Flare Mini. Which Flare Mini”.
For myself, my existing Soundcore investment means I don’t need any of this upcoming stuff, not until something breaks.
For those without any Soundcore - the complexity of choice - how to fit to their needs - is the barrier I feel.
For USA this analogy of Trader Joe’s vs Walmart. I prefer Trader Joe’s as I go to the small milk section, select from the 3 types of milk, and keep going, in and out in 3 minutes. Walmart there is the milk aisle, and takes 30 minutes. I never shop in Walmart, too much choice. I just want low fat milk!
So do I want ANC or not. Do I want in-ear / over-ear. Do I want stick or clip. I still only get to needing no more than 3-5 in-ear and 2 over-ear, and 3-4 speakers. Any more than that I’m confused and take longer to buy.
So, back to Soundcore… how does someone decide between Neo, Neo 2, Life P2, P3, LA2, LA2P, and the others coming soon.
I’ve only mentioned the ones Anker released info, not all the ones we know but can’t say, but the point is true - a lot of diversity, similar, overlapping products.