Alongside launching the Meizu 15, Meizu 15 Plus, along with Meizu 15 Lite Tablets, Meizu on Sunday Started two Brand New set of wireless earphones – dubbed the Meizu POP Wireless Earbuds and Meizu Halo Laser Earphones.meizu halo laser earphones Meizu Halo Laser EarphonesThe Meizu POP Wireless Earbuds come with a price tag of CNY 499 (approximately Rs. 5,200) and also the Meizu Halo Laser Earphones are priced at CNY 999 (approximately Rs. 10,500).
The Meizu POP Wireless Earbuds sport touch-sensitive controls to allow users play, pause, or switch tunes with just one tap. Users may also answer or reject calls or wake the voice helper on devices operating Flyme 7.0 using the accessible controls. The earphones have Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity and also come with an IPX5 rating that resists sweats.

Similar to AirPods and Gear IconX, the Meizu POP Wireless Earbuds come with a battery-equipped case that delivers an additional 12 hour of electricity through the built-in 700mAh battery. The earbuds separately have an 85mAh battery that lasts three hours on a single charge. The case notably contains a USB Type-C port and supports wireless charging.

Coming towards the Meizu Halo Laser Earphones, this set of earphones sport Corning Fibrance Light-Diffusing Fibers which are illuminated by laser diodes designed by OSRAM. The laser diodes can be adjusted via a custom app and offer three modes, namely music mode, static mode, and display mode. Furthermore, users can adjust the seriousness or can turn the lights off to get an experience very similar to regular earphones. The wireless earphones are rated with five hours of battery life while using the laser lighting effects at 50% of brightness, and when the lights are off, the earphones can continue for 15 hours on one charge.

Meizu Halo Laser Earphones

The Meizu Halo Laser Earphones come with an in-line remote that may be used to disable or enable the laser diodes or play/ pause or transfer music tracks ahead/ backward. Besides, there is a micro-USB port, along with the earphones include aptX lossless audio.

However, accessibility and cost details of the new earphones out China are yet to be revealed.