|Item model number||EO-IC100BBEGUS|
|Other display features||Wireless|
|Item Weight||23 g|
|Product Dimensions||2.49 x 1.8 x 124 cm|
Samsung EO-IC100BBEGUS Corded Type-C Earphones, Black
|Price:||+ S$7.07 Delivery|
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- Compatible Devices: Tablets Phones Laptop
- Compatible Phone Models: Universal Support To Phones And Tablets With Type-C Port Galaxy S10 Galaxy Note10
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The ones I received are fake
When I first got these I realized they were fake by comparing them to my original set. Granted they try really hard to make them look real (RIght earbud is the original that came with my phone in the pictures). I decided to still keep them as for the price they were still on the cheaper end of USB-C headphones. However, they have a static/hiss whenever you play audio at low volume on them, which is extremely distracting and when you interact with the phone you get a constant blip of static when typing, or navigating a menu (as every action has a system notification sound associated with it) so both pairs are being returned.
These also don't support high res audio and the Samsung UHQ is disabled when these are connected.
I was hopping to save 10 bucks buy getting these, but I guess I'll just get the retail version.
Volume/play and pause control
Comfortable maybe not all day but for a work out sure.
What I don't like:
USB-C jack, in my model anyways it is not really sure and sometimes and movement stop the music and disconnect it so I have to unplug and replug. I though it could be my USB c port on my phone but after cleaning it, I still have the same issue. Also using other USB C Jack like charging, my charging cable feels very secure compared to when the earphones are plugged in. Maybe it just my unit maybe it just how it is.
So not for working out if you have this issue as you will experience multiple disconnects. In my experience best to be at a table while your writing something or looking something up, not a lot of movement.
Turns out the headphones do suck. Both pairs had the SAME EXACT issue. 20 bucks is too good to be true, especially as they are advertised as the official versions....they are not
Maybe they work on a Samsung but not my wife’s S10 so I don’t know what these supposedly work on.