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Nokia's latest true wireless earbuds have IPX7 water resistance

What you need to know

  • Along with new smartphones, Nokia also launched its latest true wireless earbuds at IFA 2019.
  • The new Nokia Power Earbuds come with a compact charging case and have an IPX7 rating for water resistance.
  • Featuring Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, the new Power Earbuds are claimed to provide up to 5 hours of battery life on a single charge.

HMD Global forayed into accessories in the second half of 2018 with the Pro Wireless Earphones and True Wireless Earbuds. The Finnish company has now unveiled the Nokia Power Earbuds, featuring a a compact charging case that is claimed to provide up to an impressive 150 hours of battery life for the earbuds.

The Nokia Power Earbuds use 6mm graphene drivers and support the latest Bluetooth 5.0 standard. Unlike the company's first true wireless earbuds, which have an IPX4 rating for splash resistance, the new Power Earbuds are waterproof with an IPX7 rating.

In addition to the more durable design, HMD Global has made improvements to battery life as well. While the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds deliver up to 3.5 hours of music playback time on a single charge, the new Power Earbuds offer up to 5 hours of battery life.

Thanks to the 3,000mAh battery inside the charging case, you can fully charge the Power Earbuds up to 30 times. The new Nokia Power Earbuds also feature one touch access to the Google Assistant.

The Nokia Power Earbuds will be available in Europe from October for €79 ($87). It will be offered in two colors: Light Grey and Charcoal Black.

Nokia True Wireless Earbuds

The Nokia True Wireless Earbuds have an ultra-lightweight design, IPX4 splash resistance, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and a slim charging case. Nokia claims the earbuds provide up to 3.5 hours of music playback time or 4 hours of talk time.

Babu Mohan
Babu Mohan
2 Comments
  • This is the same as Bomaker Sifi, IPX7, BLE 5.0, 6mm graphene drivers AND AptX & AAC Technology with Qualcomm QCC3020 chip that works with Pixel phones and other high end Android phones.
  • I got the Nokia True Wireless Earbuds, and they are really practical, sturdy with a durable battery life. And while it may sound superficial, I love the design of the carry/charge case (nice that they come with an extra USB-C cable in the box). So far they've been a worthwhile investment. Not as flashy as the Apple Earpods, but a solid and less expensive alternative.