Today we’re going to discuss about something interesting, futuristic and smart – Amazfit X by Huami Technology. This new curved smartwatch comes with most of the must have features and it will remind us how a future of Smartwatch will look like.
First of all you would wonder who is Huami Technology, right? Well, Huami is the exclusive provider of wearable technology for Xiaomi and is also the maker of the Mi Band, which has been a hit worldwide.
Amazfit X Design
When speaking about Amazfit X, “comfort” seems to be the first key word that comes in mind. It looks like a Smart band and comes in two colors, Eclipse Black and New Moon Gold. With a 2.07-inch at 92° curvature, It gives your wrist that relaxing and comforting feeling whether you are at work, the gym, or in your bed. A titanium alloy uni-body makes the watch so light you will almost forget you have it on your wrist.
This design is accomplished by heating the metal body under 700°C along with 6-bend bending process. It comes with a 326 PPI HD resolution and a 400 NIT high-brightness display that optimize clarity anywhere and any time of the day.
By making a pressure-sensitive sensor that helps you access everything with just a touch of your fingertips. It responds to your touch with textured, natural vibrations, so your fingertips know who is in control. On top of the smart control, Amazfit X features multiple handy settings: Do Not Disturb, nap mode, timer, stopwatch, wake-up alarms and weather forecast.
You will always get the best with Amazfit X, even when you travel and forget your charger behind. With a curved 220mAh battery that powers the Smartwatch for seven days on a full charge; a low battery is never going to be an issue.
Your health comes first as Amazfit X comes with various tracking modes, a proprietary heart-rate monitor called BioTracker that monitors your heart rate 24 hours a day. And will update you on where your stress levels are: Relaxed, Normal, Medium, and High. When your stress level is high, The Amafit X would always be there to notify you. The Amazfit X has an infrared light test to measure your blood oxygen levels.
With Two top Class Geo-tracking systems; GPS and GLONASS in one watch, Navigation has never been easier and more accurate in such a small gadget.
Getting the best out of your workout session just got easier with Amazfit X as it comes with 9 versatile sports modes to offer customizable tracking and coaching for every activity. Amazfit X is still right by your side while you are going to the beach or pool. With 50 meters water resistance, you can keep track of your notification, time or laps record without any worries.
It also has a 100-point scoring system that make healthy living fun and possible. The more you move, the more you score. Amazfit X measures your calories and notifies you when you are sitting too much with its Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI). This gives you easy comprehensible assessments and aid that helps you set then meet your fitness goals.
For those that are interested to buy this Amazfit X curved smartwatch, the project is still available at IndieGoGo for $159 USD with the estimated delivery to be IN OCTOBER.
The smartphone giant’s gains in India last quarter may soon be wiped out.
The global smartphone market has taken a beating over the past couple of months. The novel coronavirus outbreak has forced people into their homes and brought most economic activity to a halt. Counterpoint Research estimates that global smartphone sales fell 14% year-over-year in February 2020, driven by a massive contraction in China.
The research firm points out that sales of smartphones in China fell 22% annually in the first quarter of the year as COVID-19 gripped the country. Moreover, smartphone sales forecasts for the full year appear to be grim, as IDC expects shipments to fall by 2.3%. Amid these gloomy smartphone numbers, the Indian market did well, and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) benefitted handsomely over there in Q1. The bad news: Apple’s India momentum could snap soon.
India smartphone sales hold steady despite the coronavirus
According to Counterpoint Research, smartphone shipments in India grew 4% year-over-year to 31 million units during the first quarter of 2020. The first two months of the year witnessed impressive shipment growth on the back of new devices and aggressive promotional activity before COVID-19-related shutdowns caused a 19% slide in March.
The Indian government imposed a nationwide lockdown on March 24 to contain the spread of COVID-19, bringing all economic activity to a halt. Sales of non-essential items such as smartphones were stopped as shops were shut and e-commerce operators were only allowed to deliver essential goods. As the lockdown continues through April — it has now been extended until May 17 — India’s smartphone market is likely to lose more steam.
But if we look beyond the near-term disruptions caused by the pandemic, India’s smartphone market did well in the first quarter of the year compared to the global numbers. Apple was one of the key beneficiaries of India’s smartphone growth in the first quarter, clocking an impressive annual jump of 78% in shipments, according to Counterpoint’s estimates.
What’s more, the company dominated the premium smartphone space in India (devices priced at 45,000 Indian rupees, or roughly $600) with a 55% market share. However, the surge Apple enjoyed in India last quarter may not last for long.
Apple’s latest surge in India isn’t sustainable
The Indian smartphone space is bound to take a hit in the coming months thanks to the lockdown, which is one of the biggest reasons why Apple’s sales could fall off a cliff over there. Millions of jobs are reportedly on the line in India as the government keeps the economy nearly shut to contain the spread.
For instance, the Indian textile industry is staring at job losses of nearly 10 million if there is no government intervention. The auto industry is already mired in deep uncertainty as sales have plunged. So spending on discretionary items like expensive iPhones may be the last thing on consumers’ minds in India.
Moreover, Apple seems to have made a few bad choices as far as its iPhone line-up is concerned. First, it priced the all-new iPhone SE at a hefty premium instead of the $399 international price and discontinued the iPhone 8 in the Indian market.
What’s worth noting is that the iPhone 8 was being sold for around 39,000 rupees (roughly $520) before it went off of the market. The new iPhone SE has been launched at around $560 in India, which doesn’t make much sense considering the newly launched device is essentially an updated iPhone 8 at heart.
So Apple has raised the entry barrier for Indian consumers looking to get into the iPhone ecosystem, which may not have been the right thing to do in the current scenario.
There are many drones on the market, but there are not that many that are as small or light as the PITTA. The PITTA is a transformative autonomous drone that can follow a target around recording video and take pictures in 4K resolution.
What is the PITTA drone?
PITTA is a tiny drone, coming in with a weight of 200g and with a diagonal distance of 170mm for the body. Due to the size, you can fly the drone without a licence. The drone is made up of a camera, drone module and action cam mode. The body comes in polycarbonate, the propeller is glass fiber, and the base is a rubber material. The camera is 13MP and an optical flow ultrasonic sensor. The optical flow ultrasonic sensor detects the ground as magnets align and position the camera. Magnets also help the camera to tilt up and down with the camera protruding out.
Design and app
The design of PITTA is sleek and portable with the gadget able to take off from the palm of your hand. The wings are foldable making the device easy to carry around in your bag and to make sure the wings stay safe when stored. A 3-pole-hole allows you to mount the gadget on a standard action cam mount.
PITTA’s app has a range of options that are easy for new users to learn. The icons are intuitive, and the functions you will regularly use are there on the main screen. With one touch you can take off, land, tell the camera to come back to you, ask the drone to auto-follow someone, shoot a 360 panoramic shot or go in a circle. The controls are in the middle, allowing you to throttle up and down, yaw left and right, pitch up and down and roll left or right. There are one 1-click flying modes so you can pick it up and start right away.
Battery life and details
The drone lasts 15 minutes in flight, sending a notification to your phone with updates on battery life. A power monitor recognizes how much battery life is left on your smartphone, turning off the device if there is not enough to continue using PITTA.
PITTA is selling fast on Kickstarter. A basic kit comes with a body, cradle, adapter and gift box for $298. The full package is $309 and includes the basic kit and propeller guard. A PITTA with 32GB memory, propeller guard, and extra battery is $339, 64GB is $330, and there are many more options on the Kickstarter page.
4K video is coming out everywhere, but the price is currently something that is in the way of many consumers upgrading. The N-Tech portable all in one 4K projector aims to open up the 4K experience to more people at an affordable price.
Make the move to 4K with N-Tech
The N-Tech wants to save you much money with the cost of experiencing 4K. 4K televisions are expensive as are 4K projectors. On top of that, you need to pay for speakers, a screen for the projector and possibly some good quality cables. However, the N-Tech is small, portable, light and is a complete home entertainment system that you can take anywhere.
For its size, the projector packs a punch. The width is 6.75-inches, length is 4.5-inches, and it weighs 2.5kg. The sound comes from four 3W speakers placed around the device. There is an active 3D shutter, an LED light source, DLP display technology, one HDMI 2.0 and one USB 2.0 inputs, brightness is 1500 ANSI Lumens, and the throw ratio is 1.3-2. The gadget is HDR capable, has 25DB noise, a contrast ratio of 50,000:1. Resolution is 4K UHD 3840×2160 at 60FPS, an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a projection distance of 0.8m to 9m. It uses an Amlogic S912 chipset and has 3GB DDR3 RAM. The battery gives 7-8 hours of play time, uses Android 7.0 for its operating system and is via a remote controller or app.
There is support for BlueTooth, Airplay, DLNA, and Miracast. The total speaker output is 12W stereo speakers and 90HZ of bass. The hardware supports H.265, H.264, MPEG-4, WMV/VC-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-1, RealVideo and more. Computer compatibility is UHD 2160p, HDTV (720p), XGA, SVGA, VGA, WUXGA, HDTV 1080p, UXGA, SXGA, WXGA+, WXGA (1366×1868), WXGA, Windows, and Mac.
Picture quality and speakers
With the N-Tech, the pixel depth, sharpness detail, and color clarity are impressive. The video when it is on a white and clear surface is stunning 4K right in front of you. Having a speaker in addition to be a projector adds a lot to the appeal of the device. The hardware has the projector sitting on top of the battery with the speakers underneath.
The current price of the N-Tech on Indiegogo is $499 for a super early bird special. Some countries will have to pay $499 for the super early bird special. A two pack is $949, and a four pack is $1599.
EverCam is a wireless security camera for your home or business. The main selling points of this device are its battery life, video quality and wireless capabilities. Installation is easy and quick plus it comes with an intuitive app for total control.
EverCam and the specs
With the specs, the video is shot in 1080p resolution, and battery life is one year. Human and facial recognition is there with a view angle of 140 degrees. There is night vision with the ability to see 33 feet into the distance, and the device is weatherproof with a rating of IP66. Fast charging is possible, and the information collected by the camera is encrypted on local storage. The local storage is a 16GB microSD card. An anti-theft alert is there, and the EverCam works with entry sensors.
The video format is an H.264 high profile with a Sony Exmor IMX323 ½.9-inch image sensor. There are digital pan and zoom; audio is through a speaker and microphone, the motion detector has adjustable sensitivity and automatic push notifications. The dimensions of the EverCam is 4.2 x 2.2 x 2.2 inches.
With the home base, this is fast ethernet capable and can connect to the internet via WiFi. There is an internal antenna and the A.I engine uses the Eufy A.I. engine. The backup battery is a 5200 mAh and charging output is 5V-2A/9V-2A USB with fast charging. With the speaker, this is 2W. The home base dimensions are 5 x 2.7 x 5.1 inches.
Easy use and installation
To install the EverCam, you have two mounts that are easy to install. One mount is magnetic, and the other is a screw mount. The magnetic mount is perfect for those who want to move their camera around while the screw mount keeps the camera in place for security.
With the facial recognition software, this aims to give you fewer false alarms and alerts on your phone. To be able to recognise faces, you register your family, friends and others who regularly visit your home so that the camera knows it is a person you trust or not.
One of the best features is that there are no added costs. Encrypted storage from other cameras is kept externally, meaning there will be a cost for cloud storage. Due to EverCam keeping the data encrypted and local, this cost is non-existent. So, what you pay at the start is all you pay.
CES 2019 wrapped up last week and we were able to see some of the gadgets that will shape 2019. Among a lot of Alexa, Google and Siri integrated devices we were also able to see new TV technologies developed by LG and Samsung. Both giants came up with some amazing new ideas, LG with a finalized product, while Samsung with a promising new technology.
LG Signature OLED TV R
Also known as LG’s rollable TV, this amazing new 65-inch TV was seen last year as well during CES 2018, but it was more like future product/concept than a real deal. We’ve learned that this year LG improved it and it’s ready to start selling it soon with a whooping price of $8000.
For start we know that the aspect ratio can adjusted in different ways to fulfill your cinematic experience: Full View, Line View and Zero View:
Full view is the standard mode. This will let the TV behave normally while exposing the OLED capabilities, amazing contrast, full viewing angles and realism.
Line view lets you drop down most of the OLED panel and only let around 1/3 of it. This is great for apps or for watching some photos or listing to music.
On the other hand Zero view mode rolls down the OLED panel and hides it inside it’s box.
LG OLED TV R will be fully compatible with Amazon Alexa and Apple Airplay 2 + HomeKit, so expect some cool integration in the near future.
It will be cool if LG will allow the TV to adjust the picture and aspect ratio so that you can eliminate the black bars, while watching movies. I think this TV is something worth watching.
Samsung Modular Micro LED TV
Also known as “The Wall”, this cool TV technology it’s just a concept for now
Samsung showed us a glimpse of what this new technology is capable. It measures 146 inches and uses MicroLED technology to produce what Samsung thinks is the best picture quality. To deliver this outstanding picture quality the TV features self-emissive technology and modular capabilities.
The Micro LEDs are featuring millions of inorganic red, green and blue microscopic LED chips that emit their own light to produce brilliant colors on screen.
One of the coolest thing about this new technology is that it will give you the possibility to customize your own TV side in the future. And besides this there will be no bezels.
Samsung claims that regardless the size of the customized TV the quality of the content won’t be affected.
So there you have it. After years of struggling and no ground breaking new technologies, two of the leading TV giants are finally back with something real that we will be able to experience this year or in the near future.
We will call this a draw as we cannot decide a winner today, but you are free to let us know which new TV technology has excited you more – was it LG or Samsung?
Apple has recently started to sell refurbished iPhone X’s for $769 which is a very similar price to the new iPhone XR. Even though the iPhone XR comes with many updated features, it is logical for many users to go for the OLED display equipped iPhone X which is also better looking than the XR counterpart in many ways.
In terms of design, the iPhone X is better in every way compared to the iPhone XR.
The thick bezels around the XR can be eyesore for many iPhone users. On the other hand, the users will not really notice the difference if there is no other version of iPhones to compare. Both of the iPhones do not have any home buttons at the front, which have been replaced with gesture based navigation and both are also protected against water and dust with an IP67 rating.
In terms of size, the iPhone XR is slightly bigger than the iPhone X. If you prefer a one handed device, iPhone X should be your definite choice out of the two.
If we’re talking specs, both iPhone X and iPhone XR have their pros and cons.
IPhone XR is far ahead when you look at their processors, but the lack of a camera at the back can be noticeable if you are already used to the 2x zoom lens at the back of your phones. The A12 chip in the iPhone XR is not that faster than the A11 chip inside the iPhone X, but the difference is clearer when it comes to energy efficiency and image processing from the camera. Hence, if you expect more screen on time from your phone, iPhone XR is the best iPhone you can own.
When it comes to the display, this iPhone X vs iPhone XR battle gets very one sided. Even though the LCD display of the iPhone XR is good enough with its lower (1792×828) resolution, the higher contrast and resolution (1792×828) of the OLED panel of the iPhone X blows it out of the water. The display of the iPhone XR does not feel too bad if you do not have the iPhone X to compare it with.
Camera is one of the main difference in this iPhone X vs iPhone XR battle .
Even though the iPhone X is blessed with two cameras at the back, the camera in the iPhone XR has the A12 processor along with an upgraded sensor to deliver higher quality images. Even though you can use depth control in your pictures using the single camera of the iPhone XR, it lacks the capacity to do the same if the subject of the picture is not a human. If you prefer a 2x lens at the back of your phone at the cost of the updated sensor and processor, you can go for the iPhone X.
In terms of other features, you are also going to miss the 3D touch in the new iPhone XR which adds to the ease of use and navigation in the iPhone X. In most of the cases, 3D touch has been replaced with long press in the iPhone XR. You should also be ready to use both of your hands if you go for the iPhone X since it is very difficult to use the XR using only one hand.
With similar price tags, if you want one winner in this iPhone X vs iPhone XR battle, you will have to pick your features. The iPhone X comes with a last gen processor and a premium look, but the iPhone XR offers a variety of colors and the latest processor also used in the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. If you have been following closely, all of the features mentioned in this article has picked specific winners, so the winner of iPhone X vs iPhone XR battle is up to your choice of features. At this price point, you cannot really go wrong with any of the choices.
iPhone X vs iPhone XR: Is the iPhone X Worth it After the Price Drop?
The refurbished iPhone X has just been added to the Apple stores at a competitive price of around $770, which makes it a good candidate against the iPhone XR at a similar price range. Which is one for you?
Samsung has revealed few weeks ago a new line of devices entitled Galaxy S10. Together with this lineup that includes the flagship Samsung Galaxy S10 with 3 variants, they also announced a foldable Samsung Galaxy Fold and a couple of wearable devices.
Samsung Galaxy fold is the phone for tomorrow, but Samsung Galaxy S10 is the polished phone the market demands today. The most expensive variant, the S10+ has a slim chance of being the best seller, but it will attract a lot of people who love a big battery and display. A lot of information, but which device you should chose?
The S10+ does not only get the extra power of a 4100 maH battery, but also it has a highly power efficient chip. We have already seen the effects of 7nm chips’ power efficiency in the Huawei Mate 20pro and a similar performance can be expected from the new S10 phones.
A good feature of all these phones is that they are equipped with reverse wireless charging technology which was first seen in Huawei’s Mate 20pro. Unfortunately, Huawei also brought the hole punch designed front cameras to the market earlier than Samsung. This hole-punch design of the front cameras is also one of the key features of all the new Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. Even though it may feel like the new Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the best phone, it is not going to be in everyone’s shopping list.
There are some key differences that separate the buyers of the different variants of Galaxy S10. Therefore, the question remains. Which of these devices are for you? Here are the details of all the devices released in the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
This is the biggest Galaxy S10 variant except the 5G version.
It comes with a 6.4 inch quad HD+ display which is of course curved around the edges in the traditional Galaxy S fashion. It is equipped with triple cameras among which two have OIS: one is wide angle, one is telephoto and the other one is the first ultra-wide angle camera from Samsung in the S series.
The bells and whistles are there in the hardware specifications department. It is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 855 chip which should place the Galaxy S10+ one of the most powerful and battery efficient phones in the world even though the Sony flagship is providing a higher benchmarking score with the same processor. It also offers 1TB of storage space if you are ready to increase your exceeding budget even further. If you want a big phone with big battery and budget is no issue for you, Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the right phone for you. I would recommend this to business guys or people that need to have big screens in their life.
Samsung Galaxy S10
This is the variant with no compromises except the screen, an extra depth sensor front camera and battery size.
The screen is reduced to 6.1-inch and the battery is reduced to 3400mAh, but this should still make it an all day phone as it is still powered by the same 7nm chip running the newly optimized One UI from Samsung.
The number of camera lenses are same and the curved edges are still there. The only reasons to choose this phone over the S10+ can be its size and price, so for a normal person like me, this would be the phone to buy.
Samsung Galaxy S10E
Despite being the cheapest in the bunch, this is the most talked about by the reviewers and for justified reasons. This is the $750 iPhone XR competitor that makes less sacrifices to reach this comparatively affordable price point. It loses the telephoto lens, but the ultra-wide lens is still there. It loses the curved edge, but the AMOLED smoothness is still there.
The S10E also comes with a full HD display unlike the iPhone XR. It is expected by the analysts that the Samsung Galaxy S10E is probably going to be the best seller among the three variants. The downsides of this phone also includes a smaller battery (3100 mAh) compared to the other two versions.
Many users also prefer not to use the curved edges at it is harder to get compatible and long lasting screen protectors for those. Therefore, losing the curved edges can be a blessing for many potential users. I would recommend this to those that don’t afford S10 and that don’t care that much for impressive screens, photos or amazing performance.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
This is the biggest phone announced of Samsung Galaxy Unpacked. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is a 6.7-inch quad HD+ display with the same curved edge AMOLED display.
There is an extra camera at the back which includes a 3D depth sensing camera along with the other three cameras of the other variants. This is also the phone with the biggest battery in the S series (4500 mAh). Although the guests could try all these new phones in the demo, the S10 5G variant was not one of those. This may not be the answer to which phone you should buy, but many heavy users are choosing this phone just for its battery and screen size. So I’m not sure exactly for which kind of person is this phone, but for sure is for someone that affords spending more and that 5G and big size really matters.
Samsung Galaxy Fold
The Samsung Galaxy Fold was the most hyped phone of the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2019. In the competition to release the first foldable phone in the market, Samsung had to accept defeat, but the delay was worth it.
It is a more polished product than any previous release of foldable phones as it has the foldable display and one small display which can be used when the device is folded.
The cover display is a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED display and the main foldable display is a 7.3-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED display even though Samsung could not avoid the notch in the main display. There is one selfie camera on the cover and three rear cameras similar to the S10 releases, but Samsung does not stop there. There are two more cameras at the front situated at the notch when you unfold the phone.
Samsung Galaxy Fold comes equipped with 12GB of RAM. That’s why it will cost you $1980 which may not seem too ridiculous when you will look at the Huawei Mate X folding phone with a $2600 price tag. So those who want to buy this will have to really love this type of phones or afford spending nearly $2000 for a phone.
Now let’s have a small look on the accesories as Samsung also recently introduced Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Fit/Galaxy Fit E fitness trackers.
Samsung Galaxy Buds
Samsung Galaxy Buds are the cord-free earbuds that puts the Apple Airpods under serious competition as the Galaxy Buds offer many features the latter ones do not have. The charging case can be charged wirelessly and it works great with the reverse charging technology used in all the Galaxy S10 phones. The buds also use dual microphones to provide a clear voice quality in noisy environments. The touch sensitive controls are also very intuitive. The Galaxy Buds are provided free if you preorder any of the Galaxy S10 phones.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active
For the fitness aware people out there, Samsung also released the Galaxy Watch Active. It can be used for blood pressure monitoring, workout tracking and also stress tracking along with many basic features. These wearables can be used with third party apps from Spotify, Strava and Under Armour. The Buds also have Bixby integration.
Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e
For a more comfortable fitness wear, the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e are lightweight and slim. These two do not have the similar third party support of Galaxy Watch active, but you can record up to 90 different types of fitness activities using them along with Samsung Health app on your phone. The features are also less in number including basic tasks like notification, clock and reminders. These devices are also water resistant.
Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2019 had almost all the flagship products of Samsung mobile division apart from their Galaxy Note lineup. It was also very significant for Samsung since all the major competitors in the mobile market are dealing with a decline in the overall demand. As an event it was almost perfect except the absence of a usable 5G variant of Samsung Galaxy S10.
We recently saw the audio market being overwhelmed with true wireless earbuds at various price levels, but you know it is getting harder to find the best value for money earbuds each day.
Audio Technica has recently released a pair of $99 truly wireless earbuds (ATH-CKS3TW) which is considered to be a contender of the best value for money truly wireless earbuds. This is not actually their first foray into the wireless earbuds market. They previously released another pair of wireless earbuds, but they had their fair share of issues. There is a $149 version (ATH-CKS5TW) as well. Both of these models have USB-C for charging which another big upgrade compared to their previous model.
The Tale of Two Versions
There are some key differences between the two sets to justify their price gap . Firstly and most importantly, the pricier one has more battery life compared to the cheaper one. Secondly, the control of the more expensive earbuds are using physical buttons whereas the cheaper one is using touch control. Surprisingly, only ATH-CKS3TW $99 cheaper version features Google Assistant. That’s because Audio Technica wanted that the more expensive earbuds have extra battery life compared to the cheaper ones. On paper, the more expensive one should also have better audio quality since it has bigger drivers. The ATH-CKS5TW has 10mm drivers and the ATH-CKS3TW has 5.8mm drivers. Only the expensive version supports AAC playback. So if you are into lossless music playback, you need to fork that extra cash.
Audiophile Level Earbuds or Best Value for Money Earbuds?
Those who are serious about audio quality might like to try out the ATH-CKS5TW but if you want the best of the best, the offer from Sony(Sony WF-1000XM3) is only $70 away. Galaxy Earbuds are also other cheaper options. In the fight for value, consumers can go for the ATH-CKS3TW which provides a very good audio quality with AptX and SBC audio codec support at a very reasonable price and the audio quality is better than many expensive earbuds from the competition. The battery of the earbuds themselves lasts for 6 hours and the case provides 24 more hours. On the other hand, the more expensive ATH-CKS5TW has an impressive 15 hours of battery life while the case has a backup of 30 more hours.
These earbuds can also be used with Audio-Technica Connect, a mobile app designed for these earbuds. They are not only for fine tuning your settings. You can also find your missing earbuds using this app.
Even though there are thousands of options available in this price range or even lower ones, Audio Technica is one of the best because of their care for balanced audio with proper attention to lows, mids and highs. At this price range, it is almost impossible to find earbuds that can claim a similar level of clarity or audio quality which makes it one of the best value for money truly wireless earbuds. These earbuds are not in the market yet. So if you are looking for the best value for money earbuds, you may have to wait till November. On the other hand, if you are desperate to try the new earbuds from Audio Technica, you can go for the more expensive ATH-CKS5TW which will go on sale this month.