At its event, which was dedicated to the presentation of the Meizu 16T smartphone, Meizu also introduced other products, including Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headphones. This is the successor to the Meizu HD50, which was launched in 2015.
The company claims that Meizu HD60 Bluetooth Headphones received a stainless steel case, which is almost completely covered with quality leather. The manufacturer said that the design turned out to be as convenient as possible for prolonged use.
Meizu HD60 Bluetooth Headphones is equipped with 40 mm speakers with an independent rear cavity, which helps to reproduce better low-frequency sound. The company also claims that mid and high frequencies are crisp and not hard.
The device has received Hi-Res certification and will support the aptX codec, in addition, the headphones are equipped with a touch control mechanism and support for voice assistant to facilitate management. There are USB-C connectors for charging and 3.5 mm for a wired connection. Wireless communication is via Bluetooth 5.0.
The company also offers dual-mode cVc noise reduction technology. Regarding battery life, Meizu claims that the headphones can last about 25 hours without recharging.
The Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headphones are available in two color options: Fog Silver and Tropical Orange. Pre-orders begin to be accepted today at a price of $ 70, and sales will begin on October 28.