Meizu launches new 25-hour hybrid technology HD60 headphones
Taking advantage of the event where it launched the new Meizu 16T, the Chinese manufacturer also announced a new accessory for the device. This is the new Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headset.
According to the company, the handset is the direct successor of the HD50 and brings a lot of news. Starting with the construction, the HD60s are now made of stainless steel and feature sturdy faux leather casing.
With Hi-Res certification, Meizu promises that devices must ensure an immersive audio experience and good bass quality. In addition, the HD60 also features a call answering microphone and Google Assistant trigger.
Another major highlight of the new HD60 is the presence of Bluetooth 5.0 technology and even a USB-C port to support wired connection. Thus, it is also possible to use the handset on smartphones with P2 input, for example.
For those concerned about battery life, Meizu ensures that the earphones’ battery can reach up to 25 hours of continuous playback. For now, the HD60s are only available in the Chinese market in black with silver and orange.
Presales start today (23) and deliveries are expected to take place next Monday (28). The starting price is 499 yuan.