Ugreen just released the HiTune X6 and this pair of TWS earbuds are surprisingly good. In today’s unboxing and review, we’ll take it for a spin and see if it really is worth that price of RM249.
Yeah, I’ll have to say – Ugreen got many things right with the HiTune X6. The case design is pretty simple overall as it only has a two-tone design – grey and black – and it’s using a matte finish so it won’t get hairline scratches and fingerprints.
Other than that, the case is pretty standard overall. It comes with the usual indicator LED at the front, a USB-C charging port, and a pairing button at the back.
Opening up the case – it’s clear that Ugreen went all out in creating a premium pair of TWS earbuds. The hinge goes back really far and also locks in place and wouldn’t flap around – and that’s really nice.
The earbuds themselves though, has a pretty standard design overall. It’s using the peapod design (for the lack of a better word) and there’s a touch panel at the front, and a few microphones scattered across each earbud. There’s also one microphone pointing downward so the microphone should sound good.
The Ugreen HiTune X6 also has ANC that can be toggled by doing some gestures. It actually sounds pretty good overall – so no complaints there. There definitely is a strong pressure buildup in my ear when ANC is turned on but I think that’s a side effect of ANC that we’ll have to live with.
It also comes with gaming mode which drastically reduces the latency, but I think ~300ms is still a bit too much for my liking, especially while playing fast-paced games like PUBG and COD Mobile.
And all in all, the Ugreen HiTune X6. It surprised me with what it has to offer at the price of RM249. Ugreen is also having a special promotion -you can get 25% launch discount for the first 3 days of launching, hence the HiTune X6 will only be at RM187.90. I’d say for that discounted price, the Ugreen HiTune X6 is a decent deal.
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