Honor AM115 Half In-Earphones Launched in India Via Amazon for Rs 399


Honor India has launched a new pair of half in-ear earphones dubbed as Honor AM115 for ₹399. It will be exclusive to Amazon India and will go on sale for the very first time starting 12 PM, December 16. The company took to Twitter to announce its new accessory.

Though Honor along with Huawei is facing hard times in international markets due to the US ban, the company has managed to be successful in China. It has been a long time since Honor launched any new smartphone outside China, especially India. But the brand has managed to bring these new wired AM115 half in-ear earphones to India which however is a rebranded Huawei product with the same name. The Huawei-version of these earphones has been available in India for over a year on Flipkart (now out of stock).

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The Honor AM115 half in-ear earphones are made of plastic and do not have any silicone ear tips and. It only comes in a single white colour option. It features a three-button in-line control which allows users to control volume, play, pause, skip music tracks as well as accept and reject calls. As far as the actual buds are concerned, it comes with two air vents with one at the rear and another at the bottom for better mid-range acoustics and enhanced bass output. According to the brand, these multiple vent holes will offer high-fidelity music and call experience. The company also adds it will output clear, resonant mid-range sound with good frequency response for high-end sounds.

In case you are interested in these new AM115 half in-ear earphones by Honor, you can grab it from Amazon India for ₹399 at 12 PM, December 16.

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