Nokia Unveils Bluetooth, NFC-Enabled BH-121 Stereo Headset

Nokia Unveils Bluetooth, NFC-Enabled BH-121 Stereo Headset

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Nokia has unveiled a Bluetooth-, NFC-Enabled Stereo Headset that resembles the iPod shuffle.

The neatly crafted tile design of the BH-121 measures just 39 x 39 x 12mm and can be attached to your clothing using the secure clip. You’ll find all the controls packed within this compact tile. Taking centre stage is one button to handle your calls and to play music, with volume controls, Bluetooth, and track control buttons arranged along the edges for easy access.

Pairing:
Pairing your smartphone couldn’t be simpler, as the BH-121 is NFC-enabled. Just tap your NFC-enabled smartphone against the headset to be instantly connected. There’s also multi-point support if you want to connect two devices. For non-NFC phones, just search through your Bluetooth settings.

Features:
The BH-121 comes with noise blocking in-ear headphones (WH-208) that provide a clear and powerful sound. However, the incorporated standard 3.5mm audio connector means that you can attach your favourite headphones, if you wish, and still use the BH-121′s controls.

Keeping track of the battery life is done via the indicator LED, but you can also do it via your Lumia. When connected to your phone you can interact with the BH-121 right from your Start screen from its very own Live tile.

The BH-121 supports advanced Bluetooth features like HFP/HSP and/or A2DP/AVRCP profiles. That includes the Nokia Lumia 1520, Lumia 1320, Lumia 1020, Lumia 925, 625, 525, and the Asha 503 and Asha 501 (without the Live tile support) and many more.

Pricing and Availability:
The BH-121 will have an RRP of €39 and will be on sale from December.


Nokia Unveils Bluetooth, NFC-Enabled BH-121 Stereo Headset
K - December 10, 2013 at 12:38am
Don't you think it's working like the shuffle? They need to go deeper than this!
Ipadguy - December 9, 2013 at 9:13pm
Okay that looks like I and iPod nano. Couldn't they just make it not look like an iPod nano like is that to hard? Well it doesn't matter but really
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