Noise Cancellation Headphones | Infinix Kenya | Fred Anyona

Infinix are coming up with pretty handy dandy gadgets and technology. I had to do a review on one of their new products : the noise cancellation headphones which might I say are amazing.

Everyone who I have given my headphones to try on , have been impressed by the looks, the quality and the overall Infinix line of products. Adding to their affordable yet tech savvy smartphones, the Infinix team released their first smartwatch other wise known as the Xband a couple of months back, check out HERE. The Noise cancellation headphones were next in line and I had a chance to test them.

Noise Cancellation Headphones | Infinix Kenya | Fred Anyona

Noise Cancellation Headphones | Infinix Kenya | Fred Anyona

The in-ear headphones comes with a pretty slick and cool design , what is otherwise known as the shark fin ear hook to fully support the headphones in your ear. The earbuds also have this cool LED light that turns green when you switch on the chargeable battery pack jack. This not only looks cool but can be a good indicator on where your phone might be when you wake up in the middle of the night without electricity. The battery pack charges for up to 4 hours and lasts close to 12 hours.

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The DNC or the Dual Noise Cancelling headphones promise  95% Noise Cancellation quality as you listen to Patoranking or The Weeknd. The cable itself is pretty long which is okay , but I don’t want a really long because this has got stuck on a door knobs and handbags at the CBD more often than I would prefer.

Noise Cancellation Headphones | Infinix Kenya | Fred Anyona

Noise Cancellation Headphones | Infinix Kenya | Fred Anyona

WHAT’S IN THE BOX | INFINIX DNC HEADPHONES

The headphones come with a standard carrier,  two sets of ear tips, and manual.

Noise Cancellation Headphones | Infinix Kenya | Fred Anyona

You can get yourself a pair for around KES 2500 from Jumia Kenya.

Photography By Gabriel Pelu of ImsoGabriel.