Apple-owned audio sub-brand Beats has come up with a new set of TWS earbuds called Beats Fit Pro, which features active noise cancellation (ANC) with Spatial Audio support and are powered by Apple’s H1 chip.
The all-new TWS earphones sport a wing-tip for a secure fit and IPX4 water and sweat resistance which are of great use especially during long workout sessions. Compatible with both Android and iOS devices, these earbuds also come with support for Apple’s Find My tool.
The Beats Fit Pro TWS earbuds were earlier launched in the US in November last year, and are priced at $199.99 (roughly Rs 15,000) in the US. They are now available globally, with the price in UK being GBP 199.99 (roughly Rs 20,100) and in Australia, the price is AUD 299.95 (roughly Rs 15,700). In Europe, the earphones are priced at EUR 229.95 (roughly Rs 19,200) and in Japan, the Beats Fit Pro are priced at JPY 24,800 (roughly Rs 16,100).
These earphones are also available in Canada, South Korea, and other regions. However, there is no update on their availability in India so far. The hearables have been launched in four colour options – Beats Black, Beats White, Sage Gray, and Stone Purple.
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Specs-wise, the earphones come with Apple’s dual-element diaphragm driver that help deliver a clear sound. The ANC feature with a transparency mode in the Beats Fit Pro lets users hear background noises and are powered by Apple’s H1 chip. The chip allows the Beats Fit Pro to automatically switch between devices and work with Apple’s Audio Sharing. They also support Spatial Audio with head tracking technology.
The earphones use Class 1 Bluetooth for connectivity and can be connected with both Android phones and iPhones. There are physical buttons on each earbud, which can last up to 6 hours with ANC on and 7 hours with ANC off. Giving an extra three cycles of battery, the charging case takes the combined battery backup to 24 hours.