Nokia wireless headphones launched in India; Price, Details



When it comes to true wireless headphones, the Apple AirPods have long been the defending champions. Android users do not have many laudable options for wireless headphones. In an attempt to remedy this situation, Nokia has marketed True Wireless headphones in the Indian market. The earphones were listed on the Nokia India official website on February 15th. Only black was available in color option. The headphones were launched for the first time last October in London alongside the Nokia 7.1.

Nokia True Wireless earphones

Nokia True Wireless earphones are made of metal and have a compact and elegant form factor. The earpieces themselves are light, each button weighing only 5 grams. For connectivity, wireless headsets use Bluetooth 5.0 technology that provides seamless support for multi-device pairing. In addition, Bluetooth 5.0 technology offers longer range compared to older Bluetooth versions. Another remarkable feature of wireless headphones is their IPX4 rating, which makes it resistant to sweat and splashing. According to Nokia, headphones offer 3.5 hours of music playback and 4 hours of talk on a single charge. In addition, its carrying case features a built-in battery that can provide headsets 14 and 16 hours of additional music playback and talk time, respectively.

The carrying case features a USB Type-C port for charging and an LED charge indicator for easier access. The Nokia True Wireless earphones have 3 different earphone sizes in the box, S, M, and L respectively. These earphones, although listed on the website, are not available for sale at the time of writing this story. The sale price of headphones on the website is 9,999 rupees. In comparison, the Apple Retail AirPods in India for 11,999 rupees.

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It should be noted that Nokia True Wireless earphones were also awarded at the iFDesign Award 2019. You can view Nokia True Wireless headphones. right here.


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