Sound bells TWS earbuds listening time up to 18 hours, IPX5 built-in introduction


Real wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds have been quietly introduced in the growing market in India. The new earbuds come with a metallic finish and are said to provide up to 18 hours of listening time once charged. Sound bells come with touch controls and include support for voice assistants. The earbuds have a bell-like design and come in a small charging case. Users have two different color options to choose from.

Price and availability of noise bells in India

Noise bells in India cost Rs. 1,499 for the launch period, according to the list on Amazon. Earbuds are then priced at Rs. Available at a price. 3,499. The Amazon list also states that Noise Beads will go on sale in the country on December 24 from 12 noon (noon).

Noise bells specifications

Noise bells come in a convenient fit with silicone tips in an ergonomic design. The earbuds have Bluetooth v5.1 connectivity, which is integrated with proprietary hyper sync technology. Noise also provides the IPX5 framework to deliver an anti-splash design. Also, each Noise Beads earbud weighs 4.5 grams.

Like other TWS earbuds, the bells are attached to a charging case with a USB Type-C port for charging. Each earbud has a dedicated battery that provides up to seven hours of play time on a single charge. The total playback time of the earbuds with the charging case is up to 18 hours.

Noise Beads are equipped with touch controls and supports both Google Assistant and Siri. Also, earbuds can be attached to an Android phone or iPhone.

Details about the frequency range of the earbuds, the drivers that operate them and some other details have not been announced by the company yet.

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Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for Gadgets 360 from New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior correspondent at Gadgets360 and has written extensively on applications, computer security, Internet services and telecommunications improvements. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @ JagmeetS13 or at [email protected] Please send your tips and hints. Further

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