- The Boult Curve Buds Pro boasts 10mm drivers and quad-mic ENC.
- The Curve Buds Pro has a dedicated gaming mode for low latency.
- Both Curve Buds Pro and Curve Max come with an IPX5 water resistance rating.
Boult has refreshed its Curve lineup of Bluetooth headsets with two new models for the Navratri season. The new models are Boult Curve Buds Pro and Curve Max. These are TWS and neckband-style Bluetooth headsets respectively. Both are budget offerings and share the majority of the specifications and features. Let’s have a closer look at what each of these offers.
Boult Curve Buds Pro and Curve Max Price and Availability
The Boult Curve Buds Pro TWS earbuds are priced at Rs 1,799 but for a limited time, these can be grabbed for Rs 1,299. These are available in White Wave, Beach Rose, and Nautical Black colour options via Amazon India and Boult’s official website.
The Boult Curve Max neckband Bluetooth headset will cost you Rs 1,299 but you can get it for an introductory price of Rs 999. It will be sold through Amazon India, Flipkart, and Boult’s official website in Black and Blue colours.
Boult Curve Buds Pro Specifications and Features
The Boult Curve Buds Pro are TWS earbuds with a stem design. These come with 10mm drivers with BoomX technology. This will essentially help you get extra bass while listening to music. It is specifically beneficial for those who love listening to heavy bass sounds. There is Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity support.
The earbuds come with three equalizer modes: HiFi, Rock, and Bass Boost. The first one offers high-fidelity sound for superior-quality music. The second mode offers increased bass and treble for power. And the last mode focuses only on the bass. The good thing is users can quickly switch between modes by tapping four times on the right bud.
Boult has offered Zen quad-mic environmental noise cancellation (ENC) to reduce unnecessary noise. It should help you with a clearer calling experience even in the crowd. For those who love to game, it comes with Combat Gaming mode which triggers 40ms low latency. It can be activated by tapping four times on the left bud. There are a few more touch controls for other tasks as well.
The Curve Buds Pro’s charging case has a USB Type-C port. It can offer up to 100 hours of total audio playback. Boult claims 10 minutes of charging can deliver up to 130 minutes of playback. Lastly, you get an IPX5 water-resistance rating that should take care of a few splashes.
Boult Curve Max Specifications and Features
The Boult Curve Max is largely similar to the Curve Buds Pro. As for the differences, it comes with 13mm drivers with BoomX. It also has Combat Gaming Mode but latency can go as low as 50ms. There are in-line controls that many expect from a neckband headset.