Mymanu presented a new pair of headphones at the ShowStoppers held on the eve of MWC 2023. The British company dealing in various mobile phone accessories has combined their earphones called Clik+ and their translation software by removing the smartphone from the formula. Instead, the new one around the neck Titan The headset is prepared for an eSIM connection, so it can communicate on a 4G network on its own, and the software developed by the company can translate in 37 languages (including European, allegedly) in real time, make calls, play music, and send messages, all based on voice commands. It sounds too good to describe it like that, so far we can neither confirm nor deny whether it is true, because we haven’t seen the product in action yet, but we will supposedly be able to try it at the stand at MWC.
This is what the Mymanu Titan looks like, when it will be available is still a bit hazy. According to the developer, it will be on the market in 2023. [+]
THE Titan its structure follows the design of the average earphones around the neck, there are three buttons at the end of the stem, the battery, the unknown hardware and the USB-C charging port are also located there. There are magnets at the end of the earbuds that fit into the ear canal, so they are connected and hang around the neck. According to Mymanu’s promise, it will be possible to stream music or podcasts through their self-developed system and download them to Titan’s built-in storage. But those who rely on the Titan are not completely exempt from the smartphone, for example, the settings must be made via the MyJuno application for translation, and eSIM activation can also be done via phone. The final price is not yet known, but it can be expected that the product will open for more than 300 euros, currently there is only pre-registration.
Everything that is important is here: battery, eSIM, antennas, charger, buttons. [+]
In addition to the Titan, Mymanu also brought a finished product, the Click S, this is a simple TWS, aptX codec communication device that can be used with the MyJuno program for real-time translation, but here the translation takes place on the phone. The Clik S works with both iOS and Android devices, connects to them via Bluetooth 5.0, is equipped with four microphones, the carrying cradle can be charged with a Qi charger and promises up to 10 hours of operation, and 30 hours of operation time together with the case. The price is 148 euros, it is already on the market, but since there was no demo of it on ShowStoppers, we will try to see and try it at the MWC starting tomorrow.