The company surpassed the famous AirPods.
When Apple company created and launched its first wireless headphones, it completely revised the way they are used. Supplied to this unit, put a special case, which serves as a docking station for recharging.
Today, 4 October 2018, the official announcement, the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, which is a Bluetooth headphones, and they are much better AirPods from the “Apple” of the Corporation. During his October presentation of the Finnish Global HMD presented to the public its first wireless headphones, which are aimed at users of smartphones, tablets, TVs, computers and many other electronic devices.
Novelty called Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, and its form factor is unique. From one battery headphones work 3.5 – 4 hours audio playback at an average volume, but because of the case this figure will increase to 14 – 16 hours.
Simply put, one full charge of the case and the headphones themselves are more than enough for a full day of music listening, but of course with breaks to recharge the headphones. Unlike the AirPods, the new product from Nokia runs on Bluetooth technology 5.0, which provides the data transfer is not in the radius of 10 meters and 50 meters. In practice, this means that it will be possible without any difficulty to navigate through the usual 2-room apartment and listen to music. In the presence of protection against sweat and spray to IP66 standard, that is, exposure to the rain that wireless headphones is not terrible.
The manufacturer claims that due to the small weight (5 grams) are perfect for sports fans, because I have the type of construction of these polygons, thereby securely fixed in the ear and not fall out. Charging the case using USB Type-C that is guaranteed to please the owners of smartphones based on Android. The official recommended price of the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds in Europe of EUR 130. Yes, the price tag is not the most affordable, but Apple is asking for AirPods with a worse performance significantly more.
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