Alongside the Meizu 17 and 17 Pro smartphones, the company has also announced a new wireless headphone – Meizu HD60 with ANC. It supports Bluetooth 5.0, Qualcomm aptX audio, and is an upgraded version of the HD60 launched last year.
The Meizu HD60 features a 40mm Beryllium-plated diaphragm, packs Qualcomm’s CSR 8675 Bluetooth chip for high quality wireless audio performance and has integrated support for aptX audio as well. It has a leather headband with stainless steel sliding structure and features Sony’s CDX3775 active noise reduction chip. It also features Qualcomm’s cVc technology for call noise reduction and there is support for Ambient mode as well which can be toggled from the bottom of the right earcup.
It connects through Bluetooth 5.0, has an impedance of 16 Ω, a frequency response of 20 Hz to 40 kHz, a microphone sensitivity of -42dB and a 10m effective Bluetooth distance. The headphone packs a 900mAh battery, supports fast-charging through USB Type-C, and promises 17 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Furthermore, it has touch controls that let users control the playback, adjust volume, and trigger the voice assistant. Lastly, it comes in a single “Fog silver black” colour option.
|Swipe up and down||
Adjust the volume
|Swipe back and forth||Switch songs|
Wake up voice assistant
Pricing and Availability
The Meizu HD60 headphones is priced at 1099 yuan (US$ 155 / Rs. 11,740 approx.) and will be available in China starting May 11th, 2020. There is no word on the availability in other markets yet.