Nokia Power Earbuds Lite exist and here’s the first-ever proof

    It is not for sure when exactly will we see the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite coming to the markets.
    By HT TECH
    | Updated on Aug 30 2020, 03:49 PM IST
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    Nokia Power Earbuds (Nokia)
    Nokia Power Earbuds
    Nokia Power Earbuds (Nokia)

    Nokia Power Earbuds, which were first unveiled in last year’s IFA conference, made their way to the markets earlier this year. But that’s not all. The firm is planning to launch a ‘Lite’ version of it in the coming days, weeks or months. What hints at the existence of Nokia Earbuds Lite is the new-found Bluetooth SIG certification. The certification clearly mentions the name of the product and is said to feature Bluetooth v5.1, which is in fact better than Power Earbuds’ v5.0.

    It is not for sure when exactly will we see the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite coming to the markets. However, since the firm is said to take part in the upcoming IFA 2020 conference and is expected to launch a bunch of X.3 series smartphones, it might just introduce these new earbuds as well. The specifications and features are not yet known so one can’t say what exactly will the new earbuds be missing out on since it has a ‘Lite’ moniker.

    Also read: Apple losing wireless earbuds market share even as AirPods sales grow

    The original Nokia Power Earbuds came with IPX7 water resistance rating and is claimed to run for up to 150 hours along with a charging case. It has a 6mm graphene driver, supports Google Assistant with a button tap and costs around RMB 699 in China, which roughly means 7,000 in India.

    Recently a few players have tried capturing the earbuds markets in India. We have seen Sony launching three earbuds across different price points in the last two months, Xiaomi and Redmi launching their own budget earbuds. RHA and JBL have also launched its TWS earbuds in the country.

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    First Published Date: 30 Aug, 03:49 PM IST
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