Lenovo is working to launch a new pair of wireless earphones that will arrive as the sequel to last year's HT10TWS model.
The upcoming variant, dubbed as HT10 Pro, will retain most of the features of its predecessor while offering a new EQ technology for better sound output.
Lenovo has also revealed that the new earbuds will cost Rs. 4,499 in India.
The Lenovo HT10 Pro will retain the same in-ear design of the previous model. The earbuds will feature a dual-tone plastic body and will come with swappable silicon ear tips to help you figure out a secure fit.
The carry-cum-charging case will remain unchanged. It will feature the same pocketable form-factor and will have LEDs on the front to indicate the remaining charge.
According to Lenovo, the EQ technology will enable users to experience different frequencies of music by switching between two default settings. Pure Music will offer clear and crisp audio while Extra Bass will pronounce the low-end frequencies for a thumping sound.
The Lenovo HT10 Pro is touted to offer up to 48 hours of playtime (including the additional charges from the case) and 200 hours standby time.
It is powered by a Qualcomm 3020 chipset and supports Bluetooth v5 for connectivity.
Lastly, the earbuds support aptX audio codec for improved audio quality and have dual microphones.
Lenovo said it would launch the HT10 Pro model soon in India, without giving a definite timeline. Meanwhile, the company has revealed that the upcoming earbuds will cost Rs. 4,499, which is Rs. 500 more than the previous model.
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