True wireless headphones are a market where it is difficult to stand out for their originality in terms of design, increasingly resembling Apple's famous AirPods. Therefore, Meizu could not miss a say in the matter, which has recently launched its idea of TWS earphones, or the Meizu Buds. But beware these earphones do not want to compete with the queens of the Apple Airpods market, but rather with the products that companies like Realme and Xiaomi have introduced on the Indian and Chinese market.
Meizu Buds are not inspired by the famous bitten apple headphones, following the trend of many other manufacturers, also because it is objectively difficult to do otherwise when you decide to adopt a semi in-ear design. In any case, the Meizu Buds offer dynamic drivers in 13 mm graphene, which return good audio quality and above all well-pronounced bass.
Meizu Buds TWS promise to displace every clone of Apple's Airpods
Entering the heart of the hardware, the earphones of the Asian brand integrate the Airoha AB1562M chipset that allows Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, in addition to the dual-microphone environmental noise reduction (ENC) system. Comfort is guaranteed by a weight sized at just 3.1 grams per single earphone, also offering the possibility of touch controls. 5 hours of continuous listening are also guaranteed, which extend to 20 hours through the charging case, also offering splash certification. and IPX5 dust.
The Indian market will be the playground for the Meizu Buds, with a price of 3499 rupees, or about 40 euros, thus clashing with the solutions of Realme and Xiaomi. Considering classic specs and features, the question is: was it really needed?