The market for cheap wireless headphones is booming, which is why the accessory expert UGREEN has officially launched its first Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds. The HiTune wireless headsets offer some exciting features such as the support for the Qualcomm aptX Bluetooth codec or the 10-hour battery life for only under $50.
After the sales figures for the Apple AirPods (starting at $129 on Amazon) have exceeded all expectations in recent years, UGREEN is now entering the lucrative market. The company apparently listened to the wishes of the customers, because with the Qualcomm QCC3020 chip, the HiTune TWS not only supports SBC and AAC but above all aptX, in order to achieve the best possible audio quality via Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
You won’t find active noise cancellation (ANC) in vain, but thanks to CVC 8.0 you can at least reduce background noise during calls so that you can be better understood by your counterpart. One of the highlights is the battery life: The manufacturer promises continuous music playback of up to 10 hours, while even the AirPods only last for about five hours. Together with the charging case, a total runtime of 27 hours is reached.
HiTune Blue tooth ear buds are IPX5 certified, so sweat during workouts or light rain is no problem. The surface on the outside is touch-sensitive, so you can start a voice assistant or pause playback by simply tapping the in-ears. Charging is via UGREEN USB-C port enables 2 hours of full charge for the charging case on the go or 15 mins charging for the earbuds will allow 2 hours listening time.
Price and availability
UGREEN HiTune Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds can be purchased via the Amazon.com for $45.99 only.
Sony, recently announced the Sony WF-XB700 true wireless earbuds with vibrant sound quality, strong bass, and to know more about you should see our WF-XB700 review here.