A few months after their debut in the United States, the Beats Fit Pro headphones are on their way to Canada, Europe and Japan. Orders will open in Europe (£ 200 / € 230) and Canada (CAD $ 250) on January 24, and Japan (24,800 yen) the next day. The headphones will ship Jan. 28 to all three regions.
Beats Fit Pro has most of the key features of Apple’s third-generation AirPods, including hands-free Siri, Adaptive EQ, and spatial audio with head tracking. Beats added Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), along with a flexible wing tip designed to keep the Fit Pro in your ears during workouts. The headphones are also rated IPX4 for sweat and water resistance.
While Beats Fit Pro supports one-touch pairing on Android using a companion app, as noted in our review, there are some features that are exclusive to iOS. There is also no wireless charging option. Still, Beats says you should get up to six hours of use with ANC or transparency mode active, and the charging case adds an additional 21 hours of listening time. The headphones also deliver solid sound quality with punchy bass.
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