Lenovo patent reveals design of new truly wireless earbuds

“Patent images reveal the Lenovo truly earbuds have in-ear style design and silicone ear-tips”

Lenovo seems to be working on a new pair of truly wireless earbuds as it had filed a design patent at the State Intellectual Property Office of the People’s Republic of China, 91mobiles has discovered. The earbuds have an in-ear style design with silicone ear tips. The ear-tips connect to a rather flat square-shaped body that could be touch-sensitive, allowing you to  play/pause, skip track, change volume, take calls and much more. A coloured render of the earbuds found in the patent show a flower-shaped design on the surface of the TWS earbuds.

Lenovo TWS earbuds patent

As you can see from the renders above, the square-shaped earbuds come in a square-shaped charging case, which features a USB Type-C port for charging. There are two cavities in the case to rest the earbuds and charging pins on the side for the earbuds to charge up while in the case. Since these are patent images, there’s no way to tell if Lenovo will ever launch such a design commercially. 

Separately, Lenovo recently launched a range of audio products in India, including the Lenovo HT10 Pro, HT20, HE18, and HD116. These audio devices come with EQ technology that offers ‘Pure Music’ and ‘Extra Bass’ modes on a single device and can be enabled with a press of a single button. The new Lenovo audio products come with an IPX5 rating for water and sweatproof. The Lenovo HT20 earbuds are claimed to last up to 25 hours with the carry case, they are IPX5 rated for sweat and water-resistance.

The Lenovo HE18 wireless Bluetooth earphones are said to offer up to 12 hours of music playback with 240 hours standby time. The earphones can pair with two devices at the same time and have Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. Lastly, the Lenovo HD116 headset supports HSP/HFP/AVRCP/A2DP and 24 hours playing time. The Lenovo HT10 Pro, HT20 Pro, HE18, and HD116 are priced at Rs 4,499, Rs 3,799, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,499, respectively.