Jabra has announced the launch of Jabra Halo Free, which is a wireless Bluetooth headphone. It comes with three versatile fitting styles, the headphones stay in place whatever you’re doing – whether at home or out-and-about. purpose use. Jabra Halo Free offers the freedom of wireless and allows you to manage calls, music and media from the headphones. With just one touch you can activate Siri or Google Now to make calls and schedule appointments. Jabra Halo Free also reads out calendar notifications, emails, text message and social media posts.

Halo Free is dust and water-resistant, it features 8mm speakers, Jabra Halo Free delivers rich bass and crisp tones, giving you an amazing sound experience whether you’re on a call or listening to music. The three interchangeable wearing styles include EarGels, EarHooks and EarWings, they adapts to your needs by remaining comfortably in place.


Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra says: “The Halo range from Jabra has been designed with the busy lifestyle in mind. Superior sound is important for calls and music, and people don’t want to switch devices to get a great experience for these different uses. This is especially important as they could also be switching between work and personal tasks minute by minute – the versatile fitting options and lock-in earbud design make this possible.”


Product specifications and features:

  • In ear style with hook option
  • Up to 5 hours talk time
  • Enhanced microphone
  • 8 mm speakers
  • Dedicated voice button for Google Now and Siri
  • Water and Dust resistant
  • Readouts for Android users (calendar, emails, texts, etc.)

Jabra Halo Free is available online and in selected markets from now at an MRP of INR 3,499. Do let us know what do you think of this latest BT headset from Jabra, Follow us on twitter for more updates.


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Srivatsa Ramesh
Fell in love with Android OS from the day I bought my first Smartphone in 2013. A budding Android Developer. Love to write about Android, Tech, and Smartphones. Technology enthusiast addicted to my smartphone, I love clicking photos with my smartphone, traveling and listening to music. Currently using a OnePlus 6T and Ticwatch S.


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