Noise Buds VS303 Launched with Up To 24 Hours Of Playback Time, HyperSync Technology & Google/Siri Voice Assistant Support
The Noise Buds VS303 True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds with up to 24 hours of playback time have been launched in India. They feature a 13mm driver and Boise's HyperSync Technology.
Oppo Enco Buds Launched with Up To 24 Hours Of Playback Time, Bluetooth 5.2 & AI-Based Noise Cancellation
Oppo has launched its latest entry-level TWS earbuds called the Oppo Enco Buds. The new earbuds — which succeed the Enco W11 that was released in India last year— comes with up to 24 hours of playback time with the charging case, AI-based noise cancellation, and Bluetooth 5.2. Oppo Enco Buds feature an 8mm dynamic driver and a 2-layer diaphragm that delivers concert-like bass. It comes with a frequency range of 20Hz to 20,000Hz and supports AAC (Advanced Audio Cooling) and SBC (Sub-Band Codec) Bluetooth codecs. The earbuds support touch controls for pausing/playing media, switching between songs, adjusting the volume, and activating game mode. The touch controls can be customized via the HeyMelody app which is available for all Android phones. It also comes with a super-low 80ms latency Game Mode that can be activated with a triple tap on either earbud. The TWS earbuds are IP54 rated for dust and water resistance and they feature AI-based noise cancellation which can detect different types of noise during calls to block them out and enhance the audio quality of phone calls. The Oppo Enco Buds pack a 400mAh battery in its charging case which allows it up to 24 hours of playback per one full charge. Each earbud packs a 40mAh battery and can provide up to 6 hours of playback time per one full charge. Oppo Enco Buds Specifications SpecsOppo Enco BudsConnectivityBluetooth 5.2Touch ControlsYesGame Mode80ms latency Game Mode that can be activated with a triple tap on either earbudNoise CancellationAI-based noise cancellationDimensionsOppo Enco Buds weigh ...
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pre-order (Rs. 11,999) Announced In India - Active Noise Cancellation & 29 Hours Of Playback Time
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Buds 2 is now available for pre-order for a retail price of Rs. 11,999 from August 30 in India, a month after it was launched at the Galaxy Unpacked event.
Xiaomi Launches Mi Smart Band 6 in India with 1.56-inch AMOLED Touch Display, SpO2 Monitor & 125mAh Battery
Alongside the Mi Notebook Pro & Mi Notebook Ultra laptops, Xiaomi also launched the Mi Smart Band 6 at its Smarter Living 2022 virtual Event in India.
Google has launched its latest health and fitness tracker, the Fitbit Charge 5. It comes with an ECG, built-in GPS and an EDA (Electrodermal Activity) sensor which measures the body's response to stress.
OnePlus Buds Pro Launched in India - 40dB Active Noise Cancellation, Warp Charge & 38 Hours Playback Time
OnePlus has launched its first TWS earbuds with (40dB) active noise cancellation, the OnePlus Buds Pro, in India. They feature an in-ear design with ear tips and a two-toned matte+glossy-finish design.
LG Tone Free FP5, FP8 & FP9 Earbuds Announced With Active Noise Cancellation & Up To 24 Hours Of Total Playback Time
LG has launched the LG Tone Free FP5, FP8, and FP9 earbuds in its Tone Free FP earbuds series. They come with active noise cancellation, IPX4 certification, and Meridian–tuned sound.
OnePlus Buds Pro Announced with Up To 40dB Active Noise Cancellation, Warp Charge & 38 Hours Playback Time
OnePlus has announced the OnePlus Buds Pro with up to 40dB Active Noise Cancellation. The new earbuds feature an in-ear design with ear tips and a two-toned matte+glossy-finish design.
Sony has launched the SRS-NB10 wireless neckband speaker in the US. The neckband sits on your shoulder close to your neck with its speaker positioned under the ears on both sides.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 have appeared in leaked images that reveal its design and color options. It has been rumored that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Buds 2 in August along with other Samsung devices.
Realme has launched the Buds Q2, a True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds along with the Narzo 30 series smartphones in India. The Realme Buds Q2 comes with ANC, Transparency mode, and Bluetooth 5.2.
Sony SRS-XB13 Launched In India with IP67 Rating, Bluetooth Fast Pair Technology & 16 Hours Of Playback Time
Sony has launched the SRS-XB13 Extra Bass Portable Wireless Speaker in India. The speaker comes with IP67 water and dust resistance rating that makes it suitable for outdoor sessions.
Beats Studio Buds Launched with ANC, Class 1 Bluetooth Technology, and One-Touch Pairing Support for Android & iOS
Beats has announced its latest true wireless earbuds, the Beats Studio Buds. The Apple-owned company confirmed the earbuds will feature ANC, dual-element diaphragm drivers and one-touch pairing support on Apple and Android devices.
Google Pixel Buds A-Series Announced with Adaptive Sound Feature, Bluetooth 5.0 Fast Pair Technology, and In-Ear Pressure Reduction
Google has officially announced its new pair of True Wireless Earbuds, the Pixel Buds A-Series with Adaptive Sound feature, Bluetooth 5.0 Fast Pair technology, and In-Ear Pressure Reduction.
Apple AirPods Pro 2(nd Gen) Launching in 2022 with Motion Sensors for Fitness Tracking, Stem-less Design
A recent Bloomberg report claims that the 2nd generation of the AirPods Pro would be launched in 2022 with updated motion sensors for fitness tracking, and an updated stem-less design.
Sony is reportedly set to launch a true wireless earbuds version of the WH-1000XM4 headphones this year. According to leaked FCC documents, the Sony WF-1000XM4 could launch in June 2021.
The Google Pixel A-Series TWS earphones have surfaced in a now-deleted tweet from Android's official Twitter account, ahead of its launch that's rumored to happen at Google's I/O 2021 event on May 18th.
Realme has launched its latest audio wearable, the Buds Q2 TWS earbuds in Pakistan and it will be taking over from its predecessor, Buds Q, which was launched last year.
Apple has officially discontinued its first-ever smart speaker, the HomePod, and would focus on the HomePod Mini instead. Apple will still provide software updates for the device.
Following leaks of images that were supposed to be the AirPods 3, more information about Apple’s third-generation AirPods has been unofficially released to the public. The latest available information on what the new AirPods have to offer says that the device is not going to include active noise cancellation. The AirPods Pro before it had active noise cancellation, but it seems like at the expense of active noise cancellation, Apple has decided to go more in favor of Spatial Audio for the AirPods 3, a feature that can also be found in the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. On February 20, 2021, a Chinese audio blog named 52Audio leaked images of what the AirPods 3 is expected to look like. The images shared a striking resemblance with the AirPods Pro. The AirPods 3 will have a shorter stem than the AirPods 2, just like the AirPods Pro does. As opposed to the single-tap and double-tap features we had on the AirPods 1 and AirPods 2, Apple’s third-generation AirPods go a few steps further to feature pressure-sensitive controls at the stems - once again, just like the AirPods Pro. The leaked images suggest that the AirPods 3 will have replaceable in-ear silicone buds at the tips, and a pressure relief chamber. These are supposed to make the new AirPods more comfortable for wearers than its predecessors, the original AirPods and AirPods 2. The expected battery life for this new device is predicted to be about 5 hours on a full charge. In terms of pricing, all ...