Meizu rolls out new sets of wireless earphones

Meizu rolls out new sets of wireless earphones
The Siliconreview
24 April, 2018

China-based consumer Electronics Company, Meizu Technology Co.Ltd has launched two new sets of wireless earphones earlier this week in China. The two earphones are named as Meizu POP Wireless Earbuds and Meizu Halo laser earphones.

Priced at CNY 499, the POP earbuds are very similar to the Apple AirPods and is powered by sensitive controls which would allow users to play, pause, or change songs with one tap. The Users can also answer or reject calls or wake the voice assistant on devices by using the available touch-sensitive controls which has Flyme 7.0 installed on it. Furthermore, the earphones are packed with Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity and come with an IPX5 rating that can resist sweats.

The Halo laser is priced at CNY 999 which comes with sports Corning Fibrance Light-Diffusing Fibers that are illuminated by laser diodes designed by OSRAM and has three modes, music mode, static mode, and flash mode. This earphone is designed with an in-line remote that can be used to enable or disable the laser diodes or play/ pause or move music tracks forward/ backward. And there is a micro-USB port, and the earphones come with aptX lossless audio.

The availability of the two earphones to the rest of the world has not been revealed yet and the sale in China will start from April 29.