Being a saturated market, it has become more essential for products to offer something new in order to stand out in its price range. Lenovo’s new HT10 Pro, which is all set to launch in India, is trying to do just that.
Different genres of music require different ways to get the best out of it and HT10 Pro has incorporated ‘EQ Technology’ that you generally find in high-end headphones. This tech features 2 preset equaliser frequencies, namely the “Pure Music” and “Extra Bass”, in which, the former focuses on the clarity of sound and vocals whereas the latter provides an extra punch in the bass in tracks meant for dance or with heavy beats.
Like the previously-released HT10, the HT10 Pro offers a Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity, where it can be connected to devices 20m away. It is also powered by Qualcomm’s QCC3020 chipset that supports apt-X audio tech. Including the battery backup of the charging case which comes along, the earbuds provide a superior battery life of 48 hours playing time (200hrs standby time), which is a massive upgrade from their previous TWS earbuds.
Being IPX5 rated, the HT10 Pro earbuds are sweat and waterproof. The Lenovo HT10 Pro Wireless earbuds are priced at Rs. 4,499 and will be available soon.