Nokia Lite Earbuds live images and user manual spotted on FCC ahead of launch

Nokia Lite Earbuds are upcoming truly wireless earbuds from HMD Global that may launch on April 8th.

  • Nokia Lite Earbuds BH205 appear on the FCC certification website
  • Live images show off the design of the TWS earbuds
  • The user manual reveals how the earbuds can be used

Nokia Lite Earbuds BH205 seem to be the upcoming truly wireless earbuds from HMD Global. The pair has been spotted by 91mobiles on the FCC certification website. The listing has posted live images of the earbuds and the charging case, revealing the complete design. The FCC website also includes a user manual that shows us how the earbuds work. There is no launch date yet for the Realme Lite Earbuds, but it is possible that we may see them go official in the coming weeks. HMD Global does have a launch event scheduled for April 8th for the rumoured Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 phones.

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Nokia Lite Earbuds design revealed

The live images on FCC show the Realme Lite Earbuds BH205 with an elongated charging case that supports a Type-C cable. The case in glossy black colour. Inside the case, the two earbuds lay horizontally. Each earbud comes with a long stem design with charging pins at the bottom of the stem. The stem joins a rather bulbous top. The earbuds come with silicone ear tips, so they should offer some kind of passive noise cancellation.

Nokia Lite Earbuds user manual

As per the user manual, the earbuds come with an LED indicator light that turns red when charging and turn off when fully charged. The earbuds also support touch controls, allowing you to single, double, or triple tap to control music playback or calls. That is pretty much all the information we get from the user manual.

Nokia Lite Earbuds specs

Another document on the FCC website reveals a few key specs of the Nokia Lite Earbuds. Firstly, the charging case packs a 400mAh battery, while each earbud houses a 40mAh unit. The TWS earbuds support Bluetooth 5.1. Other Nokia Lite Earbuds specifications are still under wraps. However, seeing as how they have been certified by the FCC, HMD Global may announce the earbuds soon.