IFA 2022: Urbanista Phoenix is ​​big

I mean the case, not the earphones themselves. But there was a place for the solar panel somewhere.

In August, the Swedish Urbanista already showed the Powerfoyle-coated TWS earphones in product photos, and we were lucky enough to see the device live at IFA. The introduction is yet to come, but they allowed me to take a few photos of a black Phoenix, whose charging case is exactly the size of two-thirds of an iPhone mini. The earphone case is only large in size, but it is very light because it is made of plastic.

Front and back of the case.  The side labeled Powerfoyle is covered by a solar panel.Front and back of the case.  The side labeled Powerfoyle is covered by a solar panel. Front and back of the case. The side labeled Powerfoyle is covered by a solar panel. [+]

The lid opens and closes magnetically, and the Powerfoyle coating is slightly recessed, so it is not damaged by anything from the side. The earphones themselves are the same size as an AirPods, their handle design is similar to Apple earphones, clean, simple, one might say classic Scandinavian design.

It is unlikely that the Urbanista Phoenix will go stale in the bag.
It is unlikely that the Urbanista Phoenix will go stale in the bag. [+]

The representatives of the company could not give an exact price yet, only that the earphones are expected to start at around 160 euros. The case does not need direct sunlight, it also collects all the energy from scattered light, and they plan to add a small carabiner and a neck hanger as standard accessories, with which you can keep the case in a place where it is constantly exposed to light. Unfortunately, they were not allowed to photograph this for the time being, but they assured me that it will be included as a basic accessory in the box when the Phoenix is ​​on the market, and they showed that there is already a place for it on the case.

The earbuds use replaceable silicone bells and a simple stem design.The earbuds use replaceable silicone bells and a simple stem design. The earbuds use replaceable silicone bells and a simple stem design. [+]

By the way, the case only has a pairing button and an LED indicating pairing and charging, but the status of the battery can also be monitored via the Urbanista application.

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Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.

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