First images of four new Powerbeats Pro colors appear online ahead of June launch

Powerbeats Pro Glacier Blue
Powerbeats Pro Glacier Blue (Image credit: WinFuture)

What you need to know

  • Four new Powerbeats Pro colors are coming soon.
  • We first saw their names in a Weibo post last week.
  • Now we have photos of them and an expected June launch.

We told you last week that new Powerbeats Pro colors were coming soon and now we have photos of them for the first time. Cloud Pink, Glacier Blue, Spring Yellow, and Lava Red are real, and they look pretty stunning.

The names for the new colors were outed in a Weibo post last week but German site WinFuture has today been able to share marketing images for the first time. We knew they'd look good, but we weren't quite ready for these photos. It's impossible to choose a favorite.

Powerbeats Pro Lava Red

Powerbeats Pro Lava Red (Image credit: WinFuture)

Further, WinFuture reports that we should expect the new colors to sell for the same $249.95 asking price when they go on sale next month. The four new colors will join the existing, somewhat muted colors that have been on sale for the last year.

Powerbeats Pro Cloud Pink

Powerbeats Pro Cloud Pink (Image credit: WinFuture)

The new colors will be the same on the inside, offering the same H1 chip that allows for features such as "Hey Siri" and instant pairing and switching of devices.

Powerbeats Pro Spring Yellow

Powerbeats Pro Spring Yellow (Image credit: WinFuture)

Which color is your favorite? Shout out in the comments and let me know!

Oliver Haslam

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