Nokia is launching a new Bluetooth speaker and TWS headset in China21. 07. 2021 Wednesday / By: Robert Denes / Reviews / Exact time: BST / Print this page
N okia Mobile has recently launched new products in the Chinese market, including the new Bluetooth speaker and wireless headset, namely the SP-101 and BH-205.
These in-ear headphones have 6mm drives and connect to devices via Bluetooth 5.0. In addition, the frequency range of the headset is 20Hz-20KHz. Like most TWS, they support touch gesture control. The buds are each supported by a 40mAh battery, which the company claims offers up to 6 hours of listing time. In addition to a charging case with a 400 mAh battery, LED indicators and a Type C USB port, the headphones last up to 36 hours.
Last but not least, the Nokia Lite Earbuds (BH-205) is available in two colors (charcoal, polar sea) and comes with three different sized earbuds (S, M, L) and a USB Type-C cable.
Nokia recently announced a new Bluetooth speaker weighing just 160 grams, which is relatively small at just 5 inches tall. The IPX4 comes with splash resistance and features a 43mm dynamic coil under which the speakers are powered by an 800mAh battery that allows 20 hours of playback at 50 percent volume.
The Nokia SP-101 also has a built-in microphone that supports calls and has a play, pause, power and volume keys on the side. Nokia has also launched the new BH-205 TWS headset, which offers up to 6 hours of battery life from buds alone and up to 36 hours of battery life when paired with a charger case. The Nokia Wireless Speaker SP-101 has a small round body. The speaker grille is located on top and is coated with a mesh material. HMD Global has chosen a rubber-like material for the bottom that I don’t think would have been properly glued in our unit. The speaker has a short black cord that users can use to surround the speaker. Plus, it weighs just 160 grams, making it easy to take to most places.
If you’re a color snob, the SP-101 can be disappointing because it’s only available in the black option. If there were more youthful choices, it would have increased the attractiveness of the performer. Similarly, it does not have a dust and water resistance certificate. I think this is a missing factor for a portable speaker. Nokia has at least one cover to protect the charging port.
It also supports AAC audio decoding technology and a USB Type C port. The audible ones support both Android and iOS and offer touch control of any bar for different operations. The headphones will be available for purchase from July 28 and the new Bluetooth speakers will also launch on the same day, with the same initial price of 199 yuan (22 GBP, 26 EUR and 30 USD.Via Link