I know that you like Lenovo earbuds, just like me, because they are very cheap, but offer good performance. Last year, we tested Lenovo XT90 and Lenovo XT92. In 2022, the Chinese company has already released a new model called Lenovo XT95 Pro.
One of the main features of the new wireless earbuds is the design of the charging case.
First, it has a transparent lid. Also, you can buy a luminous version of the new Lenovo earbuds. It looks very nice, do you agree? By the way, the luminous version is only $2 more expensive than the standard. You can buy it for only $15.
OK, let’s do an unboxing, look at the design, as well as test latency, microphone, sound, and battery of Lenovo XT95 Pro wireless earbuds.
As I already said, Lenovo XT95 Pro is available in a standard version of white and black color, as well as the luminous version of black and white color. I have all of them.
As you can see, the boxes are the same, including the image on the front and specifications on the back.
The package contents are also the same, such as a charging case with earbuds, USB Type-C cable, and user manual.
So, the only difference between standard and luminous versions is the backlight on the charging case.
So, the design of the charging case is the main feature of Lenovo XT95 Pro earbuds.
First, it has a transparent lid, so we can see the earbuds inside the case. There is also the Lenovo logo on the front and the ThinkPlus logo on the back.
A charging port is located at the bottom.
The design of this charging case looks nice, but nothing special.
However, just look at this case! When you open the lid, the lines on the case start glowing in different colors. First, it is red, yellow, green, white, blue, and then the backlight turns off. It looks very cool, doesn’t it?
I think it is worth to pay $2 extra for the luminous version of these earbuds.
As for the design of the earbuds themselves, I think you know what they look like. Lenovo XT95 Pro has a semi-in-ear design without silicone eartips.
Yes, they are very comfortable in the ears, and you almost don’t feel them, but I am not sure that they are good for active sports.
I also didn’t find any information about water protection. You should probably avoid all water, including sweat and rain. I’m not even talking about the shower or the pool.
The earbuds have touch control panels. Let’s talk about their functions.
First, you can play/pause the music with a single press on the earbuds.
If you want to play the next track, then triple press on the right earbud, and triple press on the left earbud to play the previous track.
You know, Lenovo XT95 Pro earbuds also have volume control functions. You just need double tap on the right earbud to volume up and left earbud to volume down. That’s a very useful function.
Of course, you can take or reject the phone calls using the new Lenovo earbuds.
You know, there is even a gaming mode. You need to press and hold the right earbud activate it. Let’s check the latency in games.
I cannot say that the latency is ultra-low, but it is quite good for the budget earbuds.
You can play games with Lenovo XT95 Pro.
I think you are also interested in the microphone quality of these earbuds. Let’s check it out.
Hey, guys! I am testing a microphone of Lenovo XT95 Pro earbuds. Do you hear me well? Write in the comments below.
Finally, we can talk about the sound quality of the new Lenovo earbuds.
You know, I have already tested many wireless earbuds from Lenovo for under $20, and most of them have good sound quality.
The new Lenovo XT95 Pro has a 13mm driver, AAC, and SBC audio decoding support. The sound quality is very good for $12 earbuds.
I am very surprised by the bass because the earbuds have a semi-in-ear design.
The treble is also good, so the vocals are very clear.
I think that Lenovo XT95 Pro has the most balanced sound. The bass, midrange, and treble are equal, so you don’t hear any variations. That’s very good.
Talking about the battery, the new Lenovo earbuds have 35 hours of total battery life with a charging case or 6-8 hours playtime on a single charge.
A charging case has a capacity of 300mAh, while a single earbud is equipped with a 30mAh battery.
So, you know, I am very surprised by Lenovo XT95 Pro wireless earbuds. First, I like the design of the charging case, especially the luminous version. I think it is worth paying $2 more for this amazing backlight on the case.
However, a standard version with a transparent lid also looks nice.
The earbuds have a semi-in-ear design, so they are very comfortable in the ears. However, I am not sure they are good for sports.
The sound quality and battery life are great for $15 wireless earbuds. I would even say that Lenovo XT95 Pro sounds better than some 50 or even $100 earbuds.
On the other hand, you should understand that budget earbuds don’t have active noise cancellation, EQ modes, and other features that are available on more expensive models.
Anyway, for $15, Lenovo XT95 Pro is really good TWS earbuds.