With fresh TWS earbuds, HTC could intend a comeback to the smart mobile phone market. These products were located in the database of the Taiwanese NCC regulator prior to their release. This leak reveals that these latest accessories have a Sony-clone appearance and will use Bluetooth 5.0.0.
Thanks to its One Mx series of front-facing speakerphones, HTC once had a strong reputation for mobile audio. Today, the organization can only hope that this leads to what could be an imminent new move into more innovative accessories for smartphones. They are new TWS earbuds, as per a new endorsement provided by Taiwan’s NCC.
These products appear ready to be released in different shades: black and off-white. In appearance, they are quite like the Sony WF-1000XM3s and have a fairly thin, if bulky, color matching charging box. This unit is classified to power up to 400 mAh per charge for these buds – which may be referred to as “HTC TWS1” once on the shelves.
The buds themselves will hold up around 40mAh each and charged with their cases with an included USB type A to type C cable. They are classified for Bluetooth 5.0, although further specifications such as ANC or wireless charging are not suggested by their latest certification. These obvious HTC TWS1s are not necessarily the first of their kind of separate pair of wireless earphones authorized by the FCC earlier in 2020 were allegedly also acquired by the OEM. They were AirPod variants, known as the U Ears, though distinctly skinny, but have since struggled to materialize on the world market.
On the other hand, their predecessors were both officially approved for sale by the FCC and the European Commission. Therefore the idea of HTC branding truly-wireless earbuds could shortly be a common possibility.