If yesterday they were Motorola Y OnePlus the companies that advertised new models of True Wireless headphones, today they have done the same Xiaomi first and Trust second. The latter has just launched the Nika Touch XP Bluetooth, a model designed for sports thanks to its touch control and water resistance.
Also, these new completely wireless headphones have a built-in microphone to interact with virtual assistants and offer up to 5 hours of playback on a single charge, which can be extended thanks to the additional charge provided by its case.
Up to 19 hours of autonomy
Weighing 4 grams each, Trust’s new fully wireless headphones promise a secure and soft fit thanks to their silicone construction and three available sizes, allowing you to choose the one that best suits each person’s ear . In addition, they have the IPX4 certification, which means that they are splash resistant and therefore suitable for use in the rain and playing sports.
A full charge (which takes about 2 hours) provides up to 5 hours of autonomy in playback, which can last up to 19 hours with the extra power provided by your case. This recharges in 3 or 4 hours through a MicroUSB connector.
The Nika Touch XP Bluetooth also have touch controls, so that, by tapping on the headset, you can manage the music (next / previous / play / pause), take a phone call or access the voice assistant via the built-in microphone. They are compatible with iOS and Android, and integrate bluetooth 5.0 to pair with the phone.
The new Nika Touch XP Bluetooth headphones are now on sale at a official price of 39.99 euros. They are sold in black and come with silicone plugs in three different sizes: S, M and L.
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