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Infinix Quiet X and Quiet 1: New Infinix Bluetooth Headsets

Infinix Quiet X and Infinix Quiet 1

Infinix Quiet X and Infinix Quiet 1 are the latest branded Infinix accessories and they were unveiled together with Infinix Zero 5 in Dubai.

Both devices are noise cancellation headsets and Bluetooth enabled as well.

Let’s take a closer look at the two headsets…

Infinix Quiet 1

Infinix Quiet 1

Infinix Quiet 1 look similar to the former Infinix noise cancellation earpiece (Infinix XE02), with the major difference being that the Quiet 1 is a wireless earphone unlike the XE02 which is wired.

The Quiet 1 earpiece gives a clear and quality stereo sound with the sound frequencies being in the range of 20 – 20,000Hz. The Infinix Quiet 1 is also embedded with Austrian AMS noise reduction chip which block outside noise and enhances sound to a clear noise depth of 15dB.

The Quiet 1 can give you up to 8 hours of noise reduction time when fully charge, although the battery capacity of device is not stated on Infinix official website.

The device is feature Bluetooth version 4.2 and it is available in two colours, namely; Pink and Black.

Infinix Quiet 1 Colours

Infinix Quiet X

Infinix Quiet X

Infinix Quiet X on the other hand is a Bluetooth headphone with Yamaha digital solutions to ensure high quality sound, provide excellent active noise reduction performance and can reduce noise level to up to 25dB or more.

The device feature CSR Bluetooth 4.2 and it is equipped with 600 mAh battery, which can last up to 25 hours when fully charged.

The Quiet X is built with an aluminum alloy high-quality metal shaft with streamlined head bow.

On the picture above, you can see the tests the Quiet X has been subjected to such as drop test, plug test, RCA wear test, etc, to ensure best quality.

Both devices are available in the market, although we were unable to get their exact prices at this time. You can get them in any Infinix shop near you.

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