Last year, Google announced "Fast Pair" to make it easier to connect the headset to Android devices, and now the company is doing one step further.
Once users have installed a quick pair from an Android device that is connected to their Google Account, other devices that are linked to the same account will be able to make a quick pair. This allows Fast Pair to work similarly to Apple's W-chip series, which also does so, so users do not need to re-pair their headphones to multiple devices that are plugged into the same account.
Google wants it even more in 2019 when it intends to add the function to the Chome system. Perhaps it will then come to Android TV.
The feature works by sending signals using Bluetooth Low Energy technology, which will then determine Android Android phones running Android 6.0 and above with a notification saying "tap to pair the device."
Google promises to work with tons of producers like Jaybird, Anker, Bose and more to bring the technology into more headphones.
Source: Android Developer Blog