HMD Global had launched a new range of Nokia earphones last year, one of which was the Nokia True Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds. The range of earphones from Nokia have been on a sale globally for a while now it is being reported that Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, which is one of the most compact earphones in the market today, are officially available in India via offline retail stores. HMD Global’s Head of Social Media has also recently tweeted that these earphones have received iFDesign Award 2019.
The earbuds are officially listed on Nokia’s website, nevertheless, they are not offered for online purchase as of now. The earphones are not listed on e-commerce websites like Amazon and Flipkart as well. However, it is being reported by NokiaPowerUser that hat the headphones are being offered by the brick-and-mortar stores at ₹9,999.
Edoardo Cassina, who is HMD Global’s Head of Social Media, also tweeted that the earphones have received the iFDesign Award 2019.
It gives me immense pleasure to announce that Nokia True Wireless Earbuds have been honored with the iFDesign Award 2019! #ExpectMore #Nokiamobile
Check it out here – https://t.co/GzmylxoQEc. pic.twitter.com/Hu8cvy4kpA
— Edoardo Cassina (@ecassina) February 14, 2019
The True Wireless earphones from Nokia come in black color and offer up to 4 hours playtime on a single charge. The earphones come bundled with a cylindrical charging case that is capable of fully charging the earbuds up to three times. The earbuds also come with Bluetooth v5.0 support, IPx4 rated sweat and splash resistance, USB Type-C port on the charging case, an LED charge indicator, and a standby time of up to 70 hours. The earphones also include earbud sizes bundled with the headset – small, medium, and large.
Additionally, Nokia is also expected to release its much anticipated Nokia 9 PureView at MWC this year. The device is expected to come with a penta camera setup at the back with a main RGB sensor, a wide-angle sensor, telephoto, monochrome, and a depth sensor. Another noticeable feature at the front of the device is that the device has a thick top and bottom bezels, which means Nokia is not going to resort to notches–at least not with its flagship.