Speaking of specs, these TWS earbuds from JBL feature his 10mm drivers, a huge improvement over his 6.8mm drivers on the Tour Pro Plus. The JBL Tour Pro 2 Earbuds offer Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity and support spatial audio. It also comes with 6 noise-cancelling microphones and an ear canal test that allows you to optimize your active noise-cancelling performance. JBL’s latest offering offers up to 10 hours of music playback, plus an additional 30 hours of case, bringing the total battery life to 40 hours.
JBL announces the JBL Tour Pro 2, a pair of TWS earbuds with noise canceling and improved performance. The device comes with what the brand calls “the world’s first smart charging case.” The JBL Tour Pro 2 charging case features an integrated display that makes navigating earbud settings easier than the JBL Headphones app. The case features a 1.45 inch LED touch screen display that can perform many functions such as: Customize earbud options, enable or disable active noise cancellation, see call and message notifications, and even control playback.
These new entry-level earbuds come with AI-based noise cancellation and Dolby Atmos support. Oppo’s new earbuds come with Bluetooth v5.2 for connectivity and have a range of up to 10 meters. Dustproof and waterproof performance is IPX4 certified. Additionally, the device has his 10-meter drivers, which Oppo says, combined with a replaceable case, will offer up to 28 hours of total playtime, lasting up to 7 hours on a single charge of his earbuds.
According to JBL, these earbuds will sell for €249 (around £19,800) in the European market. Although there is no official confirmation from JBL on whether these earbuds will be sold in India. In addition to that, JBL has also launched his Tour One M2 headphones. It is also available on the European market, priced at €299 (about £23,800). Meanwhile, Chinese smartphone maker Oppo launched the Oppo Enco Buds 2 TWS earbuds in India earlier last month.