TicPods 2 Pro review

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Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date January 8, 2020
Size 1.6 x 1.7 x 4 cm (0.6 x 0.7 x 1.6 in)
Weight 8.8 grams
(0.31 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Android Guys

Great design that falls short in usage

from Android Guys

Mobvoi has nailed the fit and design again and provide a great option that looks similar to what Apple is doing. However, I don’t know that you should buy them unless you are comfortable with less than three hours of playback. If you’re OK with that then the TicPods 2 Pro should be on anybody’s list of earbuds.

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Mobvoi has nailed the fit and design again and provide a great option that looks similar to what Apple is doing. However, I don’t know that you should buy them unless you are comfortable with less than three hours of playback. If you’re OK with that then the TicPods 2 Pro should be on anybody’s list of earbuds.

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Review Geek

Utterly uninspiring

from Review Geek

If you’re still really into the idea of the TicPods 2, go for the non-Pro model. The Pro will get you voice controls that you may use once or twice before forgetting about altogether. Otherwise, you’ll get the same crummy fit, flimsy build, and subpar sound quality from the regular model.

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If you’re still really into the idea of the TicPods 2, go for the non-Pro model. The Pro will get you voice controls that you may use once or twice before forgetting about altogether. Otherwise, you’ll get the same crummy fit, flimsy build, and subpar sound quality from the regular model.

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Phandroid

Too expensive for what you get

from Phandroid

Between the tiny size and super comfortable fit, they were the ones I grabbed for work every time. They even sound pretty good and have many of the features you’d want like noise-canceling microphones, wear detection, and touch controls. But the constant side to side phasing, sound disruptions,...More

Between the tiny size and super comfortable fit, they were the ones I grabbed for work every time. They even sound pretty good and have many of the features you’d want like noise-canceling microphones, wear detection, and touch controls. But the constant side to side phasing, sound disruptions, and other connection issues made them aggravating to use unless your phone is on the table. And the short battery life means constant breaks needed to give them a recharge. This really hurts when the price tag is a very high $140.

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Pocket-lint

AirPods wannabe falls short

from Pocket-lint

The success of the TicPods 2 Pro will depend very much on whether you find these buds comfortable to wear. If they do then you'll get a full range of interaction options, including voice controls and respectable sound quality. But the lack of isolation limits the performance overall and some drop...More

The success of the TicPods 2 Pro will depend very much on whether you find these buds comfortable to wear. If they do then you'll get a full range of interaction options, including voice controls and respectable sound quality. But the lack of isolation limits the performance overall and some drop-out in connectivity also mars the experience.

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Android Central

Drowned out by the competition

from Android Central

Mobvoi's latest true wireless earbuds try to turn a bunch of interesting ideas into a fully-fledged product, but fail to capitalize on the fundamentals of what makes a good pair of headphones.

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Mobvoi's latest true wireless earbuds try to turn a bunch of interesting ideas into a fully-fledged product, but fail to capitalize on the fundamentals of what makes a good pair of headphones.

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GSMArena

A worthy competitor to the AirPods

from GSMArena

The TicPods 2 Pro checks a lot of boxes, but it's lacking a couple of major ones like active-noise cancellation and a more comfortable fit. Their charging case, though small and compact, has questionable durability with its flimsy lid. Still, the TicPods 2 Pro are a worthy competitor to the AirPo...More

The TicPods 2 Pro checks a lot of boxes, but it's lacking a couple of major ones like active-noise cancellation and a more comfortable fit. Their charging case, though small and compact, has questionable durability with its flimsy lid. Still, the TicPods 2 Pro are a worthy competitor to the AirPods if you're looking for something to use on an Android smartphone.

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TrustedReviews

Offer a few atypical features and a very compelling price tag

from TrustedReviews

The TicPods 2 Pro are a solid set of true wireless earphones, if you're a fan of open-tip designs. Issues with their noise isolation and fit make them ill-suited for gym use, however.

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The TicPods 2 Pro are a solid set of true wireless earphones, if you're a fan of open-tip designs. Issues with their noise isolation and fit make them ill-suited for gym use, however.

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Droid Life

A solid, solid option

from Droid Life

 I’d put these up there with the Galaxy Buds. They are quite different, though. The Galaxy Buds really tuck into your ear and can be sealed, while the TicPods 2 Pro can’t give you that same experience. They still sound great, don’t leave you feeling like your ears are plugged, and almost d...More

 I’d put these up there with the Galaxy Buds. They are quite different, though. The Galaxy Buds really tuck into your ear and can be sealed, while the TicPods 2 Pro can’t give you that same experience. They still sound great, don’t leave you feeling like your ears are plugged, and almost disappear as you wear them because of their weight. So they are different, but as good, if that makes sense.

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TechRadar

AirPod dupes at a lower price

from TechRadar

Mobvoi promises an awful lot with the TicPods 2 Pro, including noise cancellation, gesture controls, and built-in artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, these true wireless earbuds don’t quite deliver on these promises, but they could make a decent pair of buds for casual listeners who don’t want to fork out for a pair of Apple AirPods.

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Mobvoi promises an awful lot with the TicPods 2 Pro, including noise cancellation, gesture controls, and built-in artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, these true wireless earbuds don’t quite deliver on these promises, but they could make a decent pair of buds for casual listeners who don’t want to fork out for a pair of Apple AirPods.

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ZDNet

Mobvoi's latest brings improved means of interaction and advanced audio

from ZDNet

The headset is not inexpensive, but the audio performance and design justify the price. I expect a software update can improve the TicHear direct voice commands. These commands are not essential, but if this experience cannot be fixed then some kind of touch control gesture to play/pause music is...More

The headset is not inexpensive, but the audio performance and design justify the price. I expect a software update can improve the TicHear direct voice commands. These commands are not essential, but if this experience cannot be fixed then some kind of touch control gesture to play/pause music is essential. In addition to outstanding music playback, calls sounded good on the headset.

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