The features have been made available via the Jabra Sound+ app through OTA update, making it the first software upgrade offered to Elite 85t that adds features to the earbuds.
The first feature that has come to the Jabra Elite 85t is called MyFit. This feature is said to help users find out their correct EarGel size and position, which the company claims will optimise their ANC and audio experience.
Jabra says that the feature works as a fit test where a 6.5 seconds multitone is played to check for sound leakage with the help of the in-ear microphone. Sound leakage detected in either earbud is an indication of a poor fit, and users will be requested to readjust their earbud or change their EarGel size.
Next, the new update comes with a feature that will allow users to cycle between HearThrough, ANC and off. Previously, the options available to users were only HearThrough and ANC.
Lastly, Elite 85t users will now also have the option to name their headset in both the Sound+ app and the Bluetooth list.
To recall, the Jabra Elite 85t were launched in India in December at Rs 18,999 in Titanium Black colour option. The Jabra Elite 85t comes with Advanced ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) that is said to be more advanced that previous noise cancellations from Jabra. These earbuds are said to offer dual chipset and feature a semi-open design with oval silicone EarGels that are claimed to help in achieving better fit.