Nokia JBL wireless speaker system with support for NFC: Specs & Price

Nokia develops its experience working with the manufacturers of acoustic accessories and this time Finnish company, in conjunction with the development of JBL – JBL PlayUp. Earlier, the company had a similar initiative with Monster, but in the set. As for the news, then it is released to replace Play 360.

JBL PlayUp

The main feature of Nokia JBL speaker PlayUp wireless speakers is support for NFC. Thus, to connect compatible devices, in this case a line of smartphones Lumia, you just touch the column, then automatically begins broadcasting music without pairing and enter the boring numbers.
The size and weight of speaker JBL PlayUp was larger than predecessor: 118 x 118 x 124 mm, 760 g (110 x 110 x 124 mm, 514 g of the Play 360). For this kind of product is not the problem, but that’s significantly reduced battery life will appreciate not all. Without recharging column can function up to 10 hours to 20 hours of its predecessor. Battery power is restored via microUSB, and the set includes the AC adapter.


The maximum volume JBL PlayUp is 89 dB. Note that the color design of the column will match the WP8-smartphones Lumia. About Bluetooth version information is not yet, but we know that if you want to acoustics can connect any audio source through the 3.5mm jack. In the sale of speaker will arrive later this year at a price of € 149.

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