RichGo presents Nokia True Wireless Earphones E3101 and new car chargers

RicGo, the licensee of the Nokia brand for chargers and audio accessories, just presented the new Nokia E3101 earphones or Nokia True Wireless Earphones together wit three new car chargers.

Nokia True Wireless Earphones E3101 popped up not long ago at the BT SIG page after getting the BT certificate, and now RichGo showed them to the world on their pages. New earphones are bringing the well known airpod like design with a part sticking out of the ear.

The control button and the microphone hole are there also, so you’ll be able to use them for doing calls. Earphones will be available in three colors (blue, black and white). Each earphone will house a 40 mAh battery that should keep the 13 mm driver playing for about 5 hours.

Additional 20 hours can be assured over a charging case that has a 350mAh battery which can be charged over USB-C. Earphones will be featuring Bluetooth 5.1 connection which should provide a low latency sound transition and will support HFP, HSP, A2DP, and AVRCP BT protocols.

The buds are lightweight with just 3.4 g per ear, and will have a IP44 waterproof rating which means that  earphones are protected against solid objects that are over 1mm (e.g. tools and small wires), and also protected against water splashing from any angle.

RichGo also announced new car chargers P6101, P6102 and P6105. All three chargers are equipped with a USB-A port and USB-C port except P6105 that has two USB-A ports and an output of 60W at both ports simultaneously.

The maximum charging output is 30W with P6105 and 20 W with P6102 and P6101 charger. Also,  P6105 and P6102 are coming with a display that will probably be showing the watts while the phones are being charged.

The price and availability are not known, and probably these will be available just for Asian market.