Saturday , October 20 2018 Ausdroid » News » Nokia unveils True Wireless Earbuds with USB-C charging

As part of the launch of the Nokia 7.1 overnight, Nokia announced they’ve moved into the truly wireless headphone market with their True Wireless Earbuds.

The buds are light (only 5 grams each) and comfortable with three pairs of ear buds included to ensure excellent fit. The buds are sweat and splash resistant with an IPX4 rating so you can complete your workout without worry and connect using Bluetooth 5.0 with no separate app required, just a simple bluetooth connection.

The buds offer up to 3.5 hours of playback or 4 hours of talk time with the included charging case offering up to three additional charges. The case has a spring loaded single button release and an LED charge indicator to let you know how much charge you have.

There’s no pricing or availability announcements for the buds as yet, but it’s likely they’ll be coming alongside the global rollout of the Nokia 7.1.

Source: Nokia.

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