Infinix XE20 Earphones
Starting with the Infinix XE20. It comes with an oval-shaped charging case that looks similar to almost every budget TWS earphones in the market. It comes with a 10mm high-efficiency composite diaphragm with support for AAC and SBC audio codec.
Given that the earbuds fall under the budget category, there’s no noise cancellation technology support. But it comes with a 60ms super-low latency mode for playing games or watching movies.
It supports Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity and the earphones are rated IPX4 for water resistance. There’s also touch control answer calls, reject calls, play/pause music, skip the music track, or put the device in pairing mode. It comes in Black and White color options.
Infinix XE25 Earphones
The Infinix XE25 TWS earphones come with some advanced features and are placed a bit higher than the XE20. Touted as “Power Monster” by the company, the earphones come with 6mm graphene speakers.
It also comes with a 60ms super-low latency mode for gaming. There’s also Environment Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology and deep neural networks for speech recognition. The company says that it can effectively suppress complex noise interference while retaining clear tonality to bring a lucid and uninterrupted listening experience.
The Infinix XE25 connects immediately after the earbuds are removed from the charging case, thanks to Rapid Pairing and Flash Connect features. They also come with the same set of touch controls as the XE20.
Coming to the battery, the earphones offer six hours of listening time on a single charge and about 100 hours of battery life with a charging case. The Hong Kong-based smartphone manufacturer also adds that it can retain power for 30 days after charging.