Wings Phantom 410 Overview:
Wings tests out a different design in each of its products, and the Phantom 410 is no exception. The case looks like some sort of shell with a display on the front. This display indicates the percentage of charge the case currently has and also the battery level of the two earbuds that come within.
Speaking of which, the earbuds are an in-ear fit, and silicone tips are the ones holding them in. Additionally, the buds are IPX5 rated. The product weighs 40 grams altogether, and even though the exact size of individual items is unknown, it should be quite lightweight. Furthermore, the colors available are Black, White, and Blue.
You do have a 13-mm driver on each of the earpieces. These boast customized EQ with “bass, balanced and vocal”, according to the company. The Phantom 410 actually even supports AAC, which is a plus for iPhone users. On a further note, it ships with two ENC mics for clearer call quality.
Obviously, the TWS also has a dedicated gaming mode with 40 ms of low latency, as the company itself is focused on that side.
Rest of the specs
Moving on, the battery life is massive—the most I have ever seen in the TWS. First of all, the buds alone in the Phantom 410 last a whopping 16 hours of playback. When you add the unique charging case into the mix, you get an immense 70 hours of battery backup.
Even after the bud’s cell is fully empty, it gets back to full within an hour. Similarly, the case recharges back to health in an hour and a half. Further, the Wings Phantom 410 uses Bluetooth 5.3 for connectivity and USB-C for cable.
Wings Phantom 410 Price
The price of Wings Phantom 410 in Nepal is NPR. 3,199. You can find it in retail or online markets such as Daraz.
|Wings TWS||Price in Nepal|
|Phantom 410||NPR 3,199|
Wings Phantom 410 Specifications Compare
|Colors||Black, White, Blue|
|Active Noise Cancellation||No|
|Others||Gaming Mode, ENC|
|Earbuds||Up to 16 hours|
|Case||Up to 54 hours|
|Features||Touch Controls, Voice Assistant|