Earlier today (15th October 2020), ZMI launched its first series of truly wireless earbuds during its launch conference. The launch included the Purpods and Purpods Pro, both of which are available for lucrative prices.
Between the two, the ZMI Purpods Pro is the higher end variant and features the popular active noise cancelation feature that many expensive earbuds generally feature like the AirPods Pro. The earbuds feature dual ANC that offers up to 35dB noise reduction that enables users to better block the surrounding sound in their environment. This function is supplemented by three microphones, which also makes calls more clearer.
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Furthermore, the new earbuds also use EQsmart adaptive technology that adjusts the volume according to the sound levels in the users’ surroundings. It even has a low latency mode for mobile gamers. With noise reduction on, the battery on the Purpods Pro lasts up to 8 hours and 10 hours with the feature turned off. Through its charging case, the maximum battery life is about 32 hours, and it also supports fast charging with up to 50 percent of the charge being delivered in just a 15 minute top up.
For controls, the Purpods Pro sports pressure sensitive buttons that enable its various functions. The hearables support Bluetooth 5.2, alongside wireless charging, has IPX4 waterproof rating, and also arrives with the XiaoAI voice assistant built in for voice controls. The most notable difference between the Purpods Pro and the base variant is the lack of active noise cancelation on the latter. The Pro variant is priced at 399 Yuan (roughly 60 US Dollars), while the base Purpods are priced at 199 Yuan (roughly 30 US Dollars).
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