After launching the Wings Phantom 210 a few months ago, Wings launched another model of TWS headphones – the Phantom 200 in India in November. In black and white, Wing Phantom 200 is available on Flipkart.com and the Wings website for Rs. 999. We have been using the Wings Phantom 200 for a few weeks, and here is our review.
In the box
- Wings Phantom 200 earphones with charging case
- Type-C charging cable
- User’s Guide
- Additional tips
Before we dive into the review, here are the specs:
- Headset type: in the ear
- Design: Gamer case design with LED lights
- Dynamic Driver: 13mm
- Indicators: game mode, battery level
- Controls: touch controls
- Micro DNS with noise reduction
- Ambient noise cancellation
- 40ms ultra-low latency
- Bluetooth version: 5.2; range 15mm; AAC codec
- IPX5 Sweat and water resistant
- Dimensions: W 150 x H 25 x D 25 mm; Weight: 100 grams
- Battery life: 30h battery life; 8h with headphones; 22h with charging case
- Loading: Type C bullet load; 10 min = 20 hours of play
- Colors: Black and White
Wings Phantom 200 TWS gaming headphones come in an oversized square box, which can easily fit in the palm. The case has “WINGS” branding on the top and a USB Type-C charging port on the back. It also has a green light strip that lights up as soon as the lid is opened. The housing of the Wings Phantom 200 is plastic with a matte finish, as are the headphones.
By opening the lid, you can access the TWS headphones which light up green around the touchpad areas. The headphones have an in-ear design that provides a comfortable fit, and the in-ear hook adjustment ensures a secure fit even when running or during workouts.
The Wings Phantom 200 is equipped with 13mm graphene drivers. When it comes to audio quality, these headphones offer good audio quality with decent bass for the price. Since it has an in-ear design, the passive noise isolation is decent.
A simple press on the right earbud launches game mode in less than 2 seconds.
The headphones have a small microphone, which is fine in most cases to pick up your voice clearly for calls. However, it can struggle in a cluttered and noisy environment, which is common in most Bluetooth headsets in the price range.
The Bluetooth headset supports Bluetooth 5.2, so you can connect it to Android and iOS devices with Bluetooth support. Taking the headphones out of the case allows you to pair them with your phone. Each headset can be used independently. You can remove any earbud from the charger case and it automatically becomes the primary earbud.
The headset does not have a companion app.
The 30mAh battery in the buds promises around 8 hours of battery life, and we managed to get around 7.5 hours of battery life on a single charge at around 70 per cent volume, which is fine. The headphones automatically turn off when not in use. With the charging case, the company promises 38 hours of battery life.
It features high-speed Bullet Charge technology, which provides 20 hours of total playtime with 10 minutes of charging.
Overall, the Wings Phantom 200 TWS headphones are decent true wireless headphones for Rs. 999. It has a lightweight design, decent sound for the price, good battery life and fast charging.
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