Looking at the field of bluetooth headsets, there are many true wireless bluetooth headsets on the market. If you first buy them, you will be dazzled. With the saturation of the TWS earbuds market, novel designs can better cater to consumers’ eyeballs.
This is the T1 true wireless earphones just launched by Nubia. What surprised me was that the packaging box did not use hard paper, but used more environmentally friendly grass paper.
First, let’s take a look at the Nubia T1 charging case. The box is made of metal material on a large area, and the surface has been frosted. The texture is excellent, it is comfortable to touch, and it is not easy to stain fingerprints.
The sliding design applied to true wireless headphones is a rare design, in my opinion it is a very novel design. The earphone can be taken out with a light push with your thumb, and the earphone is attached to the charging case by magnetic attraction, which is very firm, so there is no need to worry about the earphone falling out.
There is a Type-C charging interface at the bottom of the charging case, which can charge 400mAh battery capacity. A single earbud has a battery life of 5 hours, and the charging case can charge the earbud 5 times, with a total battery life of up to 30 hours.
The overall shape of the Nubia T1 true wireless bluetooth headset is a combination of semi-in-ear earbuds + long earbuds. Different from the charging case design, the earphone shell uses a polishing process, which is somewhat similar to the visual effect of piano paint.
It is inevitable to receive calls while wearing a bluetooth headset. Nubia T1 built-in dual digital silicon microphone array, coupled with ENC noise reduction technology processing, can effectively filter more than 93% of environmental noise, the call sound is clear, and provide me with high-quality call quality.
In terms of connection, the Nubia T1 uses Bluetooth 5.0 technology, and its stability and power consumption are well controlled. Coupled with Nubia flash connection technology, after completing the first pairing, as long as the headset is put on from the charging case, the connection is completed, and it will basically not affect listening to music.
In terms of sound quality, the headset is equipped with a 13mm dynamic driver, which has sufficient volume and better permeability than I expected.
The three-frequency connection is smooth, the treble is strong and does not break the sound; the midrange has a close-to-the-ear feel, but is less crisp and clear; the low-frequency extension is not very deep, and it is difficult to control the song of the percussion instrument.
If you don’t have high requirements for sound quality, Nubia T1 can meet your entertainment needs for listening to music and watching movies.
Among many TWS earphones, I really like the earphones with semi-in-ear + handle design. This type of headset can provide me with a comfortable wearing experience. After nearly a week of wearing, the Nubia T1 fits the ear canal and weighs 4g. Its existence can almost be ignored during the wearing process. Coupled with the touch area, you can switch songs, play/pause, answer calls, or hang up with a single tap of your fingertips, and you won’t press the ear canal during interaction.
If you like novel product design, do not have too high requirements for the sound quality of bluetooth headsets, and cost-effective, I think this side-sliding true wireless headset without a cover will suit you.
The Nubia T1 charging case looks very textured; ENC noise reduction provides clear call quality; Type-C charging interface, with a battery life of up to 30 hours, is still very sincere. It would be perfect if it supports wireless charging.