As reported, Meizu has released Meizu HD60 Bluetooth Headphones alongside Meizu 16T smartphone. The newly launched Meizu HD60 will be the successor of Meizu HD50 Bluetooth headphones. This time, the company has brought major improvements in terms of design and quality,
Meizu HD60 Bluetooth Headphones has a durable design with stainless steel and comfortable earmuffs. The headphones equipped with a 40mm bio-diaphragm super-sounding unit that offers better sound quality and listening experience. Meizu claims the headphone has Hi-Res certification that offers a better sound experience.
The Bluetooth headphones have built-in voice assistant and touch-enabled controls. Using the touch controls users can control music playback and make calls. It has USB C for wired connection and Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless connectivity. The headphones also come with aptX codec and cVc dual-mode noise-reducing technology.
The Meizu HD60 Bluetooth Headphones can last up to 25 hours of playback time on a single charge. As we reported earlier, the headphone adopts tricolor design and comes in two color variants – Tropical Orange and Fog Silver.
Talking about the pricing and availability, the HD60 Headphones comes with a price tag of 499 Yuan in China and will be available for pre-order from today and shipment starts from October 28. Still, there are no talks about the global launch, but we can buy Meizu products from top online retailers like Alibaba, GearBest and other web portals.
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