MWC 2019: MyKronoz Unveils Fashionable True Wireless Earbuds and Smartwatches

MyKronoz ZePods

Swiss wearable brand MyKronoz unveiled ZePods, its first collection of true wireless earphones, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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In addition to ZePods, MyKronoz announced four other wearables with a starting price of only $34:

  1. ZeTrack – a slim and full-featured HR activity tracker with color touchscreen. Price: $34; launch date: end of March 2019
  2. ZeNeo – a real powerful smartwatch with mic & speaker that looks like a sleek activity tracker. Price: $68; launch date: end of April 2019
  3. ZeRound3 Lite – the go-to smartwatch designed for your active lifestyle. Price: $90; launch date: end of April 2019
  4. ZeRound3 – stylish connected smartwatch with AMOLED display. Price: $113; launch date: end of March 2019

Fashionable earbuds

The stylish ZePods wireless headphones offer an impressive sound quality, up to 15 hours of playtime and comes in 6 vibrant colors. It also comes with a USB-C charging case. An intuitive touch control manages music, calls and voice commands via Bluetooth. The earbuds come in 2 versions:

  • ZePods, with a USB-C charging case boasting the familiar look of a sleek lighter. Available in April 2019 for $90.
  • ZePods+, with a Qi-certified wireless charging case whose shape has been inspired by Swiss traditional pocket-watch. Available H2 2019 for $113.

“Building on our Swiss DNA for design and our strong background in wearable technology, we believe that MyKronoz has a tremendous opportunity to seize in the flourishing market of wireless earbuds. The launch of ZePods appears as a natural and strategic evolution for our company to leverage expertise in developing affordable consumer-driven products and diversify to offer a full ecosystem,” said Boris Brault, MyKronoz Founder and CEO.

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ZePods, as well as the MyKronoz full new wearable collection will be on display and available for demos on the MWC 2019 show.

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