Thanks to Tronsmart for providing the Spunky Beat for review.
Specifications & features
• Chip: Qualcomm QCC3020, supports aptX, AAC, SBC
• Qualcomm DSP & cVc 8.0
• USB Type-C Charging
• One-Tap Control Voice Assistant
• Bluetooth 5.0
• IPX5 Water-Resistant
• Bluetooth Compatibility: HFP/HSP/AVRCP/A2DP
• Impedance: 16Ω
• Speaker: Φ6mm
• Frequency: 20-20K Hz
• Battery Capacity: Earbuds: 35 mAh; Charging case: 350 mAh
• Charging Time: Earbud: 50 mins; Charging case: 2 hours
• Play Time: Earbud: up to 7 hours (50% volume); Charging case: up to 24 hours (50% volume)
• Standby Time: With charging case: 90 days
• Driver Unit: Φ6mm
• Spunky Beat with charging case
• 3 pairs of ear tips (S, M, L)
• USB Type C charging cable
• User manual
• Warranty card
Spunky Beat with charging case
USB Type C charging cable
In 6 languages – English, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, French & Japanese
The Spunky Beat can be charged via either the USB Type C port or with its built-in USB-A cable.
Spunky Pro vs Spunky Beat
The Spunky Beat does sound better than the Spunky Pro because of the Qualcomm QCC3020 chip used.
I prefer the wireless charging of the Spunky Pro more than the built-in USB-A cable.
The Spunky Beat will magnetically hold the earbuds in the holder whereas the Spunky Pro doesn’t have strong magnets like the Spunky Beat and I have encountered a few times the earbuds came loose and connected to my Samsung Galaxy S9+ while in my backpack.
I also like the pop-up cover and magnetic cover from both Spunky Pro & Spunky Beat.
Watch some Youtube videos, listened to some Spotify and played some PUBG Mobile & COD Mobile. No noticeable delay.
I really like the new Spunky Beat. Sounds really good for such an affordable TWS earbuds.
Don’t like the shiny black on the Spunky Beat. Prefer matte black more. Just a personal preference.