Nokia has released three pairs of wireless headphones

Without any announcements, the Nokia brand introduced three new models of wireless headphones at once. Among them are full-size E1200 overlays and two pairs of TWS headphones - E3500 and E3200. Each of them has a different form factor and unique features.

Nokia Essential True Wireless Earphones E3500

Nokia E3500 is equipped with 10 mm drivers. They support the Qualcomm aptX audio codec for improved sound and Qualcomm cVc (Clear Voice Capture) technology that reduces background noise during phone calls. A special Ambient mode, activated using the buttons on the headphones themselves, allows you to better hear your surroundings. There is support for Google Assistant and Siri voice assistants.

The claimed battery life of the headphones is 7 hours, and taking into account charging from the case, they can withstand up to 26 hours.

Nokia Essential True Wireless Earphones E3200

The Nokia E3200 differs from the previous model in its more compact size. They use 6 mm speakers. There is an Ambient mode and support for voice assistants, but this model does not have Qualcomm aptX and Qualcomm cVc. The headphones themselves can work on a single charge for up to 5 hours, and with the case, the battery life is 17 hours.

Nokia Essential Wireless Headphones E1200

The full-size Nokia E1200 received 40 mm speakers and a 500 mAh battery that provides up to 40 hours of music playback. Even after discharge, the headphones will continue to work when connected with a 3.5 mm cable. Announced support for Google Assistant and Apple Siri virtual assistants. To connect to other devices, as in the other models presented, Bluetooth 5.0 is used.

Prices and start dates for all headphones have not yet been announced.

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