The Beats Flex has an in-ear design with magnetic earbuds that pause when you attach them together and resume playback when you take them apart. The flex-form cable is said to provide all-day comfort and is also durable.
Beats is still an Apple-owned company and the Beats Flex comes with an Apple W1 chip that makes it easy to pair seamlessly with Apple devices. There is support for wireless audio sharing too. Android users can also grab the Flex but they will miss out on the above-mentioned features.
The battery capacity isn’t stated but the Beats Flex will provide up to 12 hours of listening time on a single charge. There is fast charging too – a 10-minute charge will provide up to 1.5 hours of playback. Sure, that pales in comparison to the OnePlus Bullet Wireless Zearphones charge via USB-C and come with a charging cable. There are also four pairs of eartips in the box.
The Beats Flex weighs 18.6 grams comes in five color variants – Beats Black, Yuzu Yellow, Flame Blue, and Smoke Gray. Some of these colors match some of the iPhones announced today, so if you are looking for affordable earphones to go with them, they are an option.
You can pick up the Beats Flex now in Black and Yellow. The blue and gray variants will be available this Winter.
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