Havit i39 water-resistant wireless earphones launched in India at Rs 1,499

Havit i39 Earphones - Feature Image

Havit, a global consumer electronics brand has launched its latest wireless earphones in India. The all-new Bluetooth earphones come with a water-resistant feature. It will be available in three platforms for purchase including Amazon, Flipkart, and PayTM. It is priced at Rs 1,499 and has a warranty of 1 year. Let’s talk about the new Havit i39 wireless earphones. 

Havit i39 – Features 

These new sleek ergonomic earphones come powered by 6mm drivers offering rich produce of sound and plenty of bass response for the quality listening experience. They further claim to reduce the ambient noise for the better listening experience. As far as the connectivity front is concerned, they support Bluetooth 5.0 version. Further, there’s a support of HFP, A2DP, HSP, and AVRCP protocols offering seamless connectivity and audio clarity. 

Speaking about the battery life, it has a 120mAh rechargeable battery. Here the company claims to offer up to 10 hours of battery life of a single charge. Talking about the charging speed, it can charge the Havit i39 from zero to a hundred in two hours. Unfortunately, there’s no quick charge feature on this earphone. 

The new earphones come with an IPX5 rating, which means its water-resistant earphones. They weigh only 15 grams, are soft, and offers silicone gel surface guarantee secure. The company claims it offers premium build quality and thus offering longer life with a sturdy design. 

The new Havit i39 comes with 3 sizes of ear tips, accordingly, you can choose the fit you like. It comes in three colours including black, red, and blue. What do you guys think about this new wireless earphones? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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