Honor TiinLab Open Ear Earbuds Debut with 40 Hours Battery Life


Honor TiinLab launch

Honor has recently unrolled curtains on two new smartphones: the Magic6 Ultimate Edition and Magic6 RSR Porsche Design. With the new phones, the company has also dropped a new pair of open ear earbuds: the Honor TiinLab.

As you may have guessed, these new earbuds prioritize comfort. After all, they come with an open ear design. But the Honor TiinLab buds have their own set of features that make them stand out from the rest.

Main Highlights of the Honor TiinLab

Thanks to the open ear design, the Honor TiinLab earbuds offer total environmental awareness. They leave the ears open and allow you to hear more of the world around you. This design makes the open ear buds great for outdoor activities such as cycling and running.

Design of the TinLab Earbuds

Honor has opted for a very lightweight body and integrated hooks on the open ear earbuds. These two further enhance the comfort and ensure that you get a secure fit. But it’s not just the design that makes the TiinLab good. These new buds also have what it takes to offer an enjoyable listening experience.

Sound features of TinLab

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More specifically, the Honor TiinLab open ear earbuds come with 13.4 mm drivers. These feature customized dynamic coils, which ensures improved bass. Then, there’s the directional sound transmission. That makes sure that the buds don’t leak out audio and offers a detailed output.

Moving on, the TiinLab earbuds have Bluetooth 5.3 for reliable wireless connections. Honor also promises a clear calling experience with the dual-microphone setup that’s paired with AI-drive noise reduction tech.

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Main highlights of the Honor TiinLab

Other highlights of the Honor TiinLab include 40 hours of total battery life, an IP54 rating, and support for the Honor Smart Space app. Pricing-wise, the earbuds were launched in China at a retail price of CNY 549, around $76. There’s no info about the global launch yet. But, at this price, the OneOdio OpenRock S is a good alternative for the international markets.

Color options of Honor TinLab

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