Nokia isn’t giving up on tech and while the company may have lost its grip on the smartphone market, it’s definitely latching on to other areas such as the true wireless earbuds market.
RichGo is the Asian regional licensee making use of the Nokia emblem and it’s utilizing the name very well by releasing a new pair of TWS earbuds called the Nokia E3103.
It’s no surprise that RichGo will join the TWS bandwagon considering the huge profits OEMs are making from the niche and thanks to the so-called premium flagship makers all yanking off the 3.5mm headphone jack from their devices leaving consumers with little to no option than to purchase one of their TWS headphones.
But I’m not here to rant again but pass the information across. The new Nokia E3103 TWS earbuds sport a similar design as the previous E3101.
The main difference here is the inclusion of touch controls rather than buttons and also the reduction of the device’s battery capacity to 37mAh on each earbud.
In terms of features or specifications, the Nokia E3103 sports a large 13mm driver that is expected to blast well into your ears.
Both earbuds weigh about 3.3 grams and have no silicone tips which can be disappointing to some.
But away from lamenting about ear tips, the charging case packs a 320mAh Li-Po battery that can be used for about 25 hours while each earbud can last for about 7 hours which is a good thing.
The Nokia E3103 TWS earbuds come with an IPX4 rating which makes them usable in situations where there are rain drops or sweats during a workout. There is also the option to directly summon your voice assistant via taps.
The earbuds will come in three colors – Pink, White, and Black. In terms of pricing, nothing is official but we’re expecting the earbuds to be under US$59…hopefully.