Boult Audio, a brand behind some of the popular budget audio products in India has announced a new TWS (True wireless earbuds) today. The newly launched wireless earphones are called the Boult Audio Airbass Encore X and they come with up to 30 hours of battery life, Bluetooth 5.1, touch controls, IPX5 rating, and much more.
The newly launched TWS are priced under Rs 2,000 and they will take on the likes of Realme’s TWS and also other competition from brands like Noise, Boat, Oppo, and others. The newly launched buds are already available on Amazon for purchase. Let’s take a look at the full specifications, price and availability of the Airbass Encore X budget TWS.
Boult Audio Airbass Encore X Price in India and Availability
The Boult Audio Airbass Encore X are priced at Rs 1,799 and they are already available for purchase on Amazon. They are available in two colour options 一 Black and White.
Boult Audio Airbass Encore X: Features and Specifications
The Boult Audio Airbass Encore X are packed with Bluetooth 5.1 chip for wireless connectivity and the company has not revealed the driver setup here, but the listing says the TWS will offer extra bass. These buds are packed with a quad mic setup along with environmental noise cancellation for calls, which will enhance the call experience by blocking out the surrounding noise.
These are in-ear style earbuds with a stem design. On a single charge, these buds are rated to last up to 30 hours, whereas the buds themselves offer 6 hours of music playback on a single charge and the case will offer an additional 5 charge cycles. A 10-minute quick charge will offer 100 minutes of music playback. The case comes with a Type-C port for charging.
As for the control, you get full support for touch controls 一 double-tap to Play/Pause, long press for 2 seconds left/right earbud to skip tracks. They’re also IPX5 rated for protection against water and sweat. These also support voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Siri. Lastly, these buds are compatible with Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS.
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