Tranya M10 Review
Here’s my Tranya M10 Review which is currently available in Digital Walker and Beyond the Box stores nationwide! This new TWS earphone is also priced at P2990!
Tranya M10 features:
- Qualcomm Chipset with APTX and Bluetooth 5.0
- Big-bore 14.2mm Graphene Driver
- Dual EQ Setting
- Four Dedicated Microphones and cVc 8.0 Noise Cancellation
- 80-Hour Playtime
- Supports Wireless Charging
- Sync & Mono Mode
The Tranya M10 features a sleek and black design for the pod as well as the actual earpieces. The design looks great and it certainly feels very stable with all the built in features including the four dedicated microphones which again makes it a little heavier to look at than other “airpods” out in the market.
There actual earphones also only has one button on each making it very minimalistic but at the same time locks out anybody who wants to be able to keep their phone safely stored when playing music or skipping to another track on their music player (more on that later).
I also like how the M10 was very compact while still at the same time looking “spacey”. And here’s a size comparison between the product and a standard LEGO minifigure.
My biggest criteria for what makes an earphone “functional” can be summed up into two. Can I make calls with it and can I skip songs or track without having to whip out my smartphone? It got one out of two. As I mentioned above, the Tranya M10 has four microphones built around it, it means it gets EVERYTHING when using the microphone. You don’t have to “speak up” when doing Facetime or when calling on Viber. The sound is clear too.
Also the pods are designed to fit snuggly into your ear although the design kind of needs getting used to.
Alas, we can’t skip or fast forward while wearing the pods.
I loved the longevity of this TWS. One full charge can get you 10 hours of continuous, heavy usage. No questions asked and regardless of the type of media you’re using it on. It also boasts of wireless charging, something unheard of.
It also features a Type-C charger which is up to par with the current market standard. This also means that most of your current chargers will work.