Cherry Mobile is no stranger to mobile accessories, although these two new releases may pique your interest given they come across as a little more premium than you might be used to from the brand. They’ve recently launched two new earbuds models in the market – the Cherry Capsule Earbuds and the Cherry Cube Earbuds. These wireless earbuds come packed with a host of features that promise to deliver an immersive audio experience to users.

The Cherry Capsule Earbuds and the Cherry Cube Earbuds both come with a touch control feature, allowing users to control their music playback and other functions by simply tapping on the earbuds. Additionally, both come with an innovative way to open their respective cases, making them easy to use and carry around.

The earbuds also promise pure dynamic sound, which will hopefully deliver audio quality that is crystal clear, and bass that is punchy. Moreover, the ergonomic design of the earbuds should ensure they are comfortable to wear for extended periods, making them perfect for use during workouts or while traveling.

These earbuds also promise long endurance. Unfortunately, the Cherry Capsule Earbuds and the Cherry Cube Earbuds pages on the Cherry Shop don’t actually specify the battery capacity, but hopefully neither will need to be charged too frequently. The binaural host design of the earbuds also ensures that they seamlessly pair and switch between devices, making it easy for users to switch between their devices without any hassle.

Finally, both earbuds come with a lightweight design, making them easy to carry around and wear for extended periods. The equalizer feature through the Cherry Home App also allows users to customize their audio experience, ensuring that they get the perfect sound for their preferences.

In conclusion, they’re looking to be excellent options for anyone who wants high-quality earbuds that offer a comfortable fit, long battery life, and excellent sound quality. The Cherry Capsule Earbuds and Cherry Cube Earbuds are priced at Php1,499 and Php1,199, respectively. With their innovative features and impressive specifications, they are sure to be a hit among music lovers and tech enthusiasts in the Philippines.

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JM Balicano

Back when I started MobileTechPinoy in 2012, phablets weren't a thing yet. I enjoyed the stares I got from iPhone owners whenever I whipped out my Samsung Galaxy Note at the time. I'm much more budget-conscious these days though and am perfectly fine with using phones from any of our locally brands.

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