UC News

Noise Shots XO with Qualcomm aptX and Wireless Charging Launched in India

Noise, one of the popular accessory makers in India, has launched its newest pair of truly wireless earbuds, the Shots XO. The earbuds feature a metallic finish and come with Qualcomm aptX technology to deliver high-quality audio experience. Let’s check out the new earbuds in detail.

Noise Shots XO with Qualcomm aptX and Wireless Charging Launched in India

As already mentioned, the Noise Shots XO features a metallic finish, and for the most part, builds upon the same design language as its predecessor. They come with a new circular charging case, which also has a metallic finish. When it comes to connectivity, the earbuds connect over Bluetooth 5.0 and feature a USB Type-C port for charging. There is an IPX7 rating for water and dust resistance for the earbuds, along with the added support for Qualcomm aptX audio for high-definition audio. Furthermore, to ensure clarity and distraction-free audio experience, the Noise Shots XO comes with CVC 3.0 and Noise Wind Cancellation. The all-new earbuds come in three color options: Space Grey, Rose Gold, and Metallic White.

The company says its latest pair of truly wireless earbuds, the Shots XO, come with a 40mAh battery (on each earbud) — that offers up to 6 hours of standalone playback and a 720mAh (on charging case) — that offers up to 36 hours of total backup. Besides the USB Type-C port for charging, there is also support wireless charging, which means that users can place their Noise Shots XO on any Qi-compatible wireless charger and charge their earbuds. Among other things, the earbuds come with support for voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Siri to offer easy, hands-free experience, in addition to smart touch controls on each earbud, which offers an easier way to perform some of the basic operations.

Noise Shots XO: Pricing and Availability

The Noise Shots XO is priced at Rs 5499. It is already up for sale on Flipkart, Amazon India, and Noise’s official website.

READ SOURCE
Open UCNews to Read More Articles