Wearables Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones and True Wireless Earbuds Launched By Somnath Brahma Posted on 2 weeks ago Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Alongside the Nokia 7.1 Plus, HMD Global, the licensee of Nokia devices has also launched Nokia True Wireless Earbuds and Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones. While the former is the first truly wireless earbuds from the Finnish company with each earbud weighing only about 5 grams, the latter is the company’s first wireless earphones. It is a neckband style headset that comes with a built-in vibrations feature and can provide 10 hours of non-stop playback with a single charge. Nokia True Wireless Earbuds Coming to the price, the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds come with a price tag of EUR 129 (Rs 10,900 approximately) while the Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones has been priced at EUR 69 (Rs 5,800). Both these wearables will be available for purchase in European countries starting from November 2018. The price or availability details for the Indian markets have not been shared by HMD Global yet. Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones Talking about the specifications, the True Wireless Earbuds feature up to 4 hours of non-stop playback time on a single charge and will be available in Black color option. The charging case that comes bundled with the earbuds can charge the device fully up to three times before requiring self-charging. The other specifications of the Nokia earbuds include Bluetooth v5.0 support, an IPx4 rating for sweat and water resistivity, USB Type-C port for charging the case, LED charge indicator and a long standby time of 70 hours. The earbuds will be available in three sizes of small, medium and large. Coming to the Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones, it features up to 10 hours of continuous playback time, 3 pairs of earbuds, Bluetooth 4.2 support, micro-USB port for charging and takes about 2-3 hours to get charged fully. Just like the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Headphones, the Nokia Pro Wireless Earphones also feature magnetic functions like clipping the earbuds together to end calls or pause music playback. Unclipping the buds will resume playback or can be used to answer calls.