In anticipation of IFA 2019, Nokia has announced its True Wireless Earbuds, a fully wireless headset. In addition to its low weight and ergonomic shape, the gadget, available in three colors of the case, is notable for the unusual shape of the charging case and impressive autonomy.
The headphones are made in the form factor of earbuds and, according to the manufacturer, are practically not noticeable when worn. The weight of each of the IPX4 splash-proof cups is only 5 grams. The compact speaker supports Bluetooth 5.0 and features built-in microphones for use as a wireless headset.
True Wireless Earbuds come with a cylindrical case that acts as a protective case and charging station. The battery life of the headphones is up to 4 hours. In combination with a charging case equipped with a USB Type-C connector, they are able to work up to 14 hours in music playback mode or up to 16 hours in talk mode. You can track the remaining charge using the led indicator.
The product in black, red and gray colors is already on sale in China at a price of $ 70.