Meizu announced a new wireless sports earphone named MEIZU EP52 with hall effect sensor
Meizu Has updated its sports headphones lineup with Meizu Ep52 earphone, which is a successor of Meizu EP51, they say that it has been improved in comfortability, sound quality and functions.
It uses Qualcomm CSR8645 Bluetooth 4.1 chip same used in qcy qy-19 which i reviewed earlier with support for Qualcomm aptX audio.
It is also waterproof with IPX5 ratings, IPX5 certified to protect against water and sweat. Its told to be very lightweight earbuds because of its unique design which distributes all excess weight to shoulder.
The battery life has been increased with a 130 mah battery, providing up to 8 hours of continuous music playback and 150 hours on standby. Since it is a pair of sports earphones.
It is also having a unique feature “Hall affect sensor as seen on oldshark x23” just closing the earbuds together can stop the music and hang up the phone call, automatic shutdown after 5 minutes.
You can buy it from gearbest.com at 69$ and its a preorder. IT’S gonna ship on september 30.
Meizu EP52 specifications
- Drive unit: 10mm, Impedance: 32Ω, Sensitivity: 93dB, Maximum power: 10mW
- Bluetooth 4.1 + EDR, Qualcomm aptX
- Frequency Range: 20Hz ~ 20KHz
- Music control buttons
- Waterproof (IPX5)
- Dimensions: 153 x 113mm; Weight: 22g
- 130mAh battery with up to 8h battery life and up to 150 hours standby
Here are some images of EP52 by MEIZU