Jabra’s Latest TWS, The Elite 4 Is Here For Your Ears At RM529

The wireless earbuds will be available at the end of April 2023.
(credit: Jabra)

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Today, Jabra unveils the Elite 4, the latest addition to its unique Elite lineup. Following in the footsteps of the entry-level Elite 3, these true wireless earbuds are a step up from its predecessor.

The Jabra Elite 4 support Bluetooth Multipoint, so users can connect to two different devices simultaneously. It also support Fast Pair (Android OS 6 or higher) connecting instantly to a mobile device and Swift Pair (Windows 10 or higher) linking straight to a laptop or computer.

(credit: Jabra)

The true wireless stereo (TWS) has active noise cancellation (ANC) and engineered for crystal-clear sound with 4-microphone call technology and 6mm speakers, so users will be able to hear and be heard, loud and clear.

For those seeking customized listening experiences, the Jabra music equalizer and intuitive Sound+ app lets users tailor the sound according to their preference.

Jabra claims the Elite 4 lasts for 5.5 hours of play time, and 22 hours with the case
(28 hours with ANC off). Charging the TWS takes up to 3.5 hours, and up to 1 hour use, when charging earbuds for 10 minutes in charging case. You can also use either earbud for listening or taking calls while the other charges.

Other than that, the TWS support Spotify Tap playback (Android Only), Qualcomm aptX and SBC codecs, voice assistant enabled (Siri and Google Assistant), and Bluetooth 5.2.

(credit: Jabra)

These earbuds are made with premium durable materials that offer an IP55 durability rating against dust and water and come in four classic colours: Dark Gray, Navy, Lilac and Light Beige.

Pricing and Availability

The Jabra Elite 4 is priced at RM529 and it will be available in selected authorised retailers nationwide and on Jabra’s Official Shopee and Lazada stores from end of April 2023.

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