Once again we rely on CJ’s coverage of IFA to get our dose of Nokia related new, this time a hands-on of the newly announced Nokia Purity Pro Wireless. The design is essentially the same as the previous version (no point playing with perfection), except for the lack of permanent cord (they can be used wired if you like) and the addition of a bluetooth pairing button.
They charge via a microUSB port, with battery life for over 24 hours of music listening with ANC turned on. If you turn off the Noise Cancellation you’ll probably get a lot more if these are anything like the BH-905. And like the 905′s these have a wired port as well, so you can listen to music even if your headphones run out of battery.