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Meizu presents the first mblu Blus product: TWS with a lot of autonomy and low price

Meizu is moving and she too, as well as Xiaomi and many others, can now count on a sort of sub-brand. mblu is the name and today it presented its very first product, namely the TWS headphones which are called mblu Blus. We remind you that soon the company should also present new smartphones, specifically Meizu 18s, 18s Pro and 18x. Let's see the features of the new headphones that debuted today. Before proceeding, thanks to the team of MEIZU Fans Global for reporting.

Meizu presented the first product of the mblu “sub-brand”: these are extremely cheap but low-cost TWS headphones. The details

Unlike most TWS on the market, the Meizu mblu Blus feature a unique design. The earbuds vaguely resemble the Apple AirPods Pro, while the charging case looks similar to the new Galaxy Buds models. The earphones are equipped with driver from 12 mm and connect via Bluetooth 5.2 (quick pairing with Meizu smartphones). These IPX4 rated earbuds come with i touch controls and cancellation up to 30 dB ANC (active noise cancellation).

meizu presents the mblu blus, new low-priced headphones with anc

The headphones come with a battery from 43 mAh each, while the charging case includes a 520mAh battery. Without ANC, the overall lifespan of this product is 30 hours compared to 25 hours with ANC. The Meizu mblu Blus last up to 6 and a half hours on a full charge with noise cancellation disabled. When ANC is activated, the battery life of the headphones drops by one hour to 5 hours. 

A noteworthy feature, considering the price, is Qi wireless charging. Meizu mblu Blus TWS earphones are priced at 199 yuan equal to 30 € approx.

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

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