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Black PowerBeats Pro Will Be Available In May, Other Colors Coming Later

Powerbeats Pro will be officially launched in more than 20 countries around the world in May this year, with the starting price of $250 in the US. However, it should be noted that only the black version will be released in May, while other colors will have to wait until this summer. In addition to black, Powerbeats Pro also offers Ivory, Moss, and Navy.

Beats did not announce the reason for the delay in launching other colors. Just yesterday, Apple received FCC approval, which means Powerbeats Pro will be on sale rather sooner than later. Though the colors of the headphones are different, they are all available in the black charging box.

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The PowerBeats Pro includes Apple’s custom designed H1 chip, which enables the “Hey Siri” functionality, while also featured with the “Class 1 Bluetooth technology” for extended range and fewer dropouts. Moreover, each earbud has physical controls with a dedicated volume button for adjusting the volume, and a button for answering and rejecting calls and changing the track that’s currently playing, and you can get up to 9 hours of battery life out of this wireless headsets.

Image Via Beats

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