After a year of precipitation, Meizu POP series earphones once again ushered in new products.
On the morning of October 26, Meizu officially released the POP3 earbuds, with a Exquisite ID design, with a large 13mm diaphragm, known as “exquisite body, surging sound quality.” It is priced at 229 RMB and is currently on sale simultaneously in Meizu Mall and Meizu Jingdong flagship store.
According to Meizu, Meizu POP3 incorporates the Go concept, one of the quintessence of China, and adopts a brand-new exquisite ID design with an exquisite and unique appearance. A single earphone weighs only 4.5g, which is as light as nothing.
The semi-in-ear type and ergonomic design greatly reduce the burden of the ear canal when wearing it, and listen without pressure.
Meizu POP3 also has a 13mm super-large sound unit, a newly upgraded double-layer composite diaphragm dynamic driver, which makes the sound more full and transparent, just like an exquisite sound. The super low frequency performance brought by the large-size diaphragm, the sound quality is surging and mellow. It also supports ENC call noise reduction function, bringing a clearer voice call experience, focusing on the human voice, without fear of environmental noise.
In terms of battery life, the 24-hour long battery life brings all-weather commuting capabilities to Meizu POP3, a single 6-hour music battery life, and a 400mAh large-capacity charging case, making travel truly worry-free.
In addition, in terms of functionality, Meizu POP3 is also quite good, supporting bluetooth 5.2 connection protocol, making calls more stable. Supports IPX5 waterproof life, you can exercise without fear of sweat.
Meizu POP3 still supports the Flyme function, and you can automatically connect by opening the lid of the box.