Jabra Intros New Color Variants For Its Elite 85t True Wireless Earbuds

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Jabra has announced new color options for its Elite 85t true wireless earphones. Four new color variants have been announced, Gold/Beige, Copper/Black, Black, and Gray.

Jabra Elite 85t arrived in a single color option last year, but you have way more options now

These earphones originally arrived back in October, and were introduced in a single color option, Titanium/Black. These Jabra Elite 85t earphones do come with active noise cancellation, and are amongst more popular offerings in the market.

These earphones bring a 6-mic technology to boost your phone calls, as each of them has three microphones. Two of them are placed on the outside, and one on the inside.

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Those microphones also serve a purpose when it comes to active noise cancellation which can be activated. Jabra actually refers to it as ‘Advanced ANC’. It offers more than just flipping the switch, hence the name.

Users are offered a more personalized experience via a dual slider that goes from full ANC, to full HearThrough option. These earphones will allow you to hear what’s going on around you without taking them off, with the HearThrough feature.

These earbuds come with 12mm speakers on the inside

Jabra also included 12mm speakers inside these earbuds, as those speakers are expected to produce big sound, and powerful bass. They do come with silicone ear gels, for that extra comfort and seal.

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Jabra claims that these earbuds can provide you around 5.5 hours of play time, before you’ll need to put them in the charging case. If we count in the case, you can get around 25 hours of play time.

That case does support wireless charging, by the way. The earbuds are IPX4-rated, so they are water and dust resistant, to a degree. They do come with a 2-year warranty from the company as well.

These earbuds do support the Google Assistant, and the same goes for Apple’s Siri. Bluetooth 5.1 is included for connection purposes, and you can get a number of additional options with Jabra’s Sound+ application.

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These earbuds will come in the new color variants to select retailers, says the company. The earbuds are priced at $229, in case you’re wondering.