Right off the heels of announcing itsmidrange Android phone today, Nokia’s parent company HBD unveiled its own pair of wireless earbuds.
The sweat- and splash-resistant black earbuds pack into a 4-inch (100mm) charging tube. They have an estimated playback time of 3.5 to 4 hours, and last up to 70 hours on standby. Additional features include Bluetooth 5.0 capabilities and a USB Type-C connection. The earbuds will be available for about $79 (£61, AU$112) and are due out in November, according to Android Authority.
As phone makers continue to make phones without headphone jacks, releasing their own lines of wireless earbuds has become more common. Apple launched itsin 2016 after removing headphone jacks from its .
OnePlus released itsBluetooth earbuds this year and confirmed that its upcoming flagship phone won’t have a headphone jack.
Though the Nokia 7.1 still has a headphone jack, the release of the True Wireless Earbuds may signal a move to remove headphone jacks from Nokia phones in the future.