Oraimo has just announced the launch of its SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds in Nigeria. The earbuds are available in two versions: the Standard Edition and the Moonlight Edition. Both versions have similar specifications, but there are a few key differences, which we will cover later in this article.
What is the Oraimo SpacePods Wireless Earbuds All About?
The Oraimo SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds are designed for music lovers who want the best possible sound quality and noise cancellation. The earbuds feature 10mm dynamic drivers and ultra-thin diaphragms for powerful sound and deep bass. They also have active noise cancellation (ANC) to block out ambient noise and create an immersive listening experience.
In addition to ANC, the Oraimo SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds also have a premium Afrobeat listening mode specially tuned by Burna Boy. This mode is designed to give you the best possible experience when listening to Afrobeat music.
Oraimo’s SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds: Added Features
The Oraimo SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds are also equipped with a number of other features, including:
- Touch controls for music playback, volume, and ANC
- A long-lasting battery life of up to 6 hours on a single charge (with ANC off)
- A charging case that provides an additional 24 hours of battery life
- A water-resistant design (IPX4)
The Oraimo SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds are now available for pre-order in Nigeria. The pre-order period will last from October 12th to October 19th. Shipping for both models will begin from October 20th. As for pricing, the Moonlight Edition costs N200,000, while the standard edition costs N45000 but currently discounted at N38900 during the preorder period.
Comparison of the Standard and Moonlight Editions
Now that we have covered the launch of the Oraimo SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds, let’s take a closer look at the differences between the Standard and Moonlight Editions.
As mentioned above, the Moonlight Edition has a ring-light on the case, while the Standard Edition does not. The Moonlight Edition also has a different tuning mode for Afrobeat music, specially tuned by Burna Boy. Finally, the Moonlight Edition comes with exclusive oraimo x Burna Boy merchandise, while the Standard Edition does not.
Here is a table that summarizes the key differences between the two versions:
|Feature||Standard Edition||Moonlight Edition|
|Ring-light on case||No||Yes|
|Afrobeat tuning mode||Standard||Specially tuned by Burna Boy|
|Price||N38,900 (currently discounted)||N200,000|
The Oraimo SpacePods True Wireless Earbuds are a great option for anyone looking for high-quality earbuds with active noise cancellation and a premium Afrobeat listening mode. The Moonlight Edition offers a few additional features, such as a ring-light on the case and exclusive merchandise, but it is also more expensive.
Which version is right for you depends on your budget and priorities. If you are looking for the best possible sound quality and don’t mind paying a premium, then the Moonlight Edition is the way to go. If you are on a tighter budget or don’t need the extra features, then the Standard Edition is still a great option.