Nokia True Wireless Bluetooth Headset E3200

Following the new series of Bluetooth headsets, Nokia announced another in-ear true wireless headset – the Nokia True Wireless Bluetooth Headset E3200 – through its official Weibo channel.

Nokia True Wireless Bluetooth Headset E3200

According to the official introduction, the Nokia True Wireless Bluetooth Headset E3200 supports ambient sound mode. This allowing you to hear changes in the surrounding environment. At the same time, our protagonist supports Bluetooth 5.0 technology. Its signal transmission is farther and more stable and power consumption is reduced a lot. These true wireless earphones feature 6mm drivers a frequency response range of 20Hz to 20KHz. The left and right earbuds have 50mAh batteries while the charging case has a 360mAh battery. The compact design of the charging box can provide up to 17 hours of playing time. And of course, this TWS product supports IPX5 waterproof rating. Thus, you can wear it when doing sport or when it rains.

Nokia True Wireless Bluetooth Headset E3200

The Nokia true wireless Bluetooth headset E3200 is available in three colors of black, green and pink, and weighs only 4 grams. The price and time to market have not yet been announced.

Nokia True Wireless Bluetooth Headset E3200

Interestingly, this product and a couple of other similar headsets come our way from RichGo which will be licensing the Nokia brand. The official page of Nokia website lists three models. They are the Nokia Essential True Wireless Earphones E3200, Nokia Essential True Wireless Earphones E3500, and the Nokia Essential Wireless Headphones E1200. The former two models are two different styles of true wireless earphones. At the same time, the E3500 features a ‘stem’ design.

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