Earlier this year, Nokia confirmed its licensing deal with the Chinese company RichGo and as a part of that, the company will be launching Nokia-branded earphones in the market. After launching a few such devices in China, the company has now launched a new earphone — Nokia Pro True Wireless Earphones or Nokia P3802A.
It seems that the device is the same as the original model and the only difference seems to be the support for the Active Noise Cancellation feature. The device is now available for purchase in China for a price of 499 yuan, which is roughly $75.
The product features six microphone system that is claimed to enhance voice clarity while eliminating unwanted background noise for crystal clear calls. The Active Noise Cancellation feature is apparently powered by AI.
It packs a 12.5mm dynamic driver that enhances bass notes while the composite diaphragm delivers more detailed sound. This offers clear yet balanced audio that performs at any volume for an immersive listening experience.
There’s also support for voice commands to trigger applications like Google Assistant and Siri, which can be sued to get directions, check calendars, or even make a phone call without needing to take the device out of the pocket.
The Nokia P3802A earphones have an IPX5 rating, making them dust and sweatproof. They are powered by a 720mAh battery that the company promises can offer 35 hours of music playback on a single charge.
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