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  • Hi,

    Not yet - there have been a few other questions about this... Which actual features from Bluetooth 5 do you want? Because the nRF52832 doesn't actually support any of the features (like long range, or the very high datarates) that you might expect from Bluetooth 5.

    So while you could flash a firmware onto the Puck that would handle Bluetooth 5, about the only difference you'll see is less available flash memory and less available RAM (because the BLE 5 softdevice needs more memory).


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