The latest entry-level true wireless earphones, Jabra Elite 4 comes with active noise cancellation (ANC) and quick connectivity, among other features.
Jabra Elite 4 Overview
Audio & Connections
The latest Elite 4 is embedded with the same 6mm audio drivers and Qualcomm aptX and SBC codecs as the Elite 3. However, unlike its predecessor, the Elite 4 features active noise cancellation (ANC) for a more immersive audio experience.
Moreover, it gets a “HearThrough” option that allows users to hear their surroundings without having to remove the earbuds. It supports four microphones to ensure clear phone conversations.
For connectivity, it comes with Bluetooth 5.2 which can be customized using the Jabra Sound+ software along with OTA updates and other features. It is also provided OTA updates and other features.
While supporting Spotify Tap playback, Google Fast Pair, and Microsoft Swift Pair (only on Android phones). You are also able to use voice commands with Siri and Google Assistant. Just like that, these mid-range buds have multipoint Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to connect the earbuds to two devices simultaneously.
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It has a similar design to its predecessor, the Jabra Elite 3 which was launched back in 2021. It comes with an oval-shaped charging case that comes with the earphones.
Each earbud weighs 4.6 grams, while the charging case weighs 33.4 grams. The earbuds are rated IP55 for protection against water splashes and dust, but not the charging case. The Jabra Elite 4 is available in Dark Gray, Navy, Lilac, and Light Brown color options.
In terms of battery life, it can last up to 22 hours with active noise cancellation (ANC) and 28 hours without ANC when using the charging case. However, the battery life drops to 5.5 and 7 hours, respectively, when using only the earbuds.
Unfortunately, the earbuds do not support wireless charging but can be quickly charged through a wired connection. It gets an hour of playback, while it takes about 3.5 hours to fully charge the earbuds in the case while only charging for 10 minutes.
Jabra Elite 4 Specifications
|Weight||33.4 gm (case), 4.6 gm (earbud)|
|Audio Codec||Qualcomm aptX, SBC|
|Companion App||Jabra Sound+|
|ANC||Yes, Active Noise Cancellation|
|IP Rating||IP55 (earbuds)|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 5.2 (multipoint connectivity)|
|Battery||Up to 5.5/7 hours (ANC on/off, earbuds only)|
|Colors||Dark Gray, Navy, Lilac, Light Beige|
Jabra Elite 4 Price in Nepal and Availability
The Jabra Elite 4 is USD 99.99 which is around Rs. 15,999 in Nepal. The earbuds have not been launched in Nepal. So we will update this article whenever the Jabra Elite 4 is officially launched in Nepal.
|Product||Price in the US||Price in Nepal (Expected)|
|Jabra Elite 4||USD 99.99||NPR 15,999|
The Jabra Elite 4 earbuds offer impressive battery life, fast charging capabilities, and active noise cancellation. They may lack wireless charging, but their wired fast charging feature makes up for it.
The earbuds provide a comfortable fit and good sound quality. However, they may not be the most suitable option for fitness enthusiasts due to their lack of water resistance.
Overall, the Jabra Elite 4 earbuds are a solid choice for those looking for a reliable pair of earbuds with long battery life and good sound quality.
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