Nokia goes a step further in its commitment to completely wireless headphones. After knowing the Nokia Lite Earbuds and Power Earbuds, Nokia Noise Cancelling Earbuds now arrive in Europe, which as the name suggests, are characterized by offering active noise cancellation, being the first HMD Global headphones to offer it.
These are the features of the new Nokia TWS, with ambient mode to listen to what surrounds us and an active noise cancellation that blocks background noise up to 25 dB.
Nokia Noise Cancelling Earbuds Datasheet
|Nokia Noise Cancelling Earbuds (BH-805)|
|Noise Cancellation||Active (up to 25 dB)|
|Driver Unit||13mm graphene|
|Battery||45 mAh (up to 5 hours)|
Charger with 400 mAh (up to 20 hours)
|Others||Gesture control, room mode, 4 indicator LEDs, USB type C|
13 mm drivers and active noise cancellation
The Nokia Noise Cancelling Earbuds, model number BH-805, are a clear step forward in sound quality. Compared to the Power Earbuds and their 6 mm diaphragm unit, they now feature 13 mm drivers, which should be a leap in power.
This increase in size is accompanied by active noise cancellation. In previous models, Nokia opted for a passive hybrid cancellation, but with these headphones, it is equal to its competitors and the cancellation of all background noise up to 25 dB is promised. Noise cancellation is accompanied by an ambient mode to let specific tones through.
For the battery, there is 45 mAh in each earphone. Theoretically, you can expect up to five hours of playback, reducing to four hours of playback with active noise cancellation. The charging base has an additional 400 mAh that will extend this autonomy up to 20 hours.
Four LEDs will show the battery level and it can be recharged via the USB Type-C port. At the connectivity level, Nokia’s headphones are compatible with Google Assistant and arrive with Bluetooth 5.0.
Pricing and Availability of the Nokia Noise Cancelling Earbuds
The Nokia Noise Cancelling Earbuds are available in two colors: blue and black. Their official price is €99.99. They are already available in Europe.