Beats to introduce Fit Pro wireless headphones on November 1st

Soon, Beats should show their new wireless headphones. The new Beats Fit Pro will be similar in appearance to the Beats Studio Buds introduced earlier this year. However, unlike the latest, the new headphones will be based on the Apple H1 chip. Thanks to this, Fit Pro will be able to quickly connect to the iPhone, and the “Hey Siri” function will become available to users.

But, despite the use of this chip, the new headphones from Beats will work well when paired with Android devices. Users will be able to control the headset through the proprietary Beats application.

One of the main features of Beats Fit Pro will be high autonomy. It is reported that with the active noise reduction system, the Beats Fit Pro will be able to work up to 6 hours, and with the adaptive equalizer – up to 7 hours. Paired with a case, the total battery life can reach 27-30 hours.

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It is interesting that the AirPods 3 presented today have about the same autonomy. It is still difficult to say which of the new products will be more interesting. The Beats Fit Pro should get noise cancellation. However, AirPods 3 have spatial audio and an adaptive equalizer.

It is expected that the official announcement of Beats Fit Pro will take place on November 1, and the new product will be on sale in a few days. The exact price is still unknown.

A source: 9to5mac

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