Lava has launched this buds to target Indian users at a low price. The company has given many great features in it.
Lava, one of the homegrown mobile brands, has announced its foray into the wireless audio business with its first wireless earbuds. Called Lava ProBuds, the TWS earbuds bring an in-ear design with silicone ear tips, which means they will be comfortable to wear. Lava said that the Probuds earbuds come with bass drivers, so the music experience is also going to be good. But perhaps the most interesting thing is that there is an offer of Re 1 on Lava Probuds.
The Lava Probuds will be available for sale from June 24 through Lava’s online store, Amazon and Flipkart, and as an introductory offer, customers can buy the new earbuds for just Re 1. The offer is valid till the stock lasts, which is probably the reason why you will need to keep a close watch while buying the earbuds in the first sale.
Lava Probuds TWS Earbuds is priced at Rs 2,199. At this price, the new earbuds from Lava will give tough competition to the Realme Buds Air Neo, Noise Air Buds, boAt Airdopes 281, and the Mi True Wireless earphones. Let us tell you that Lava has launched this audio product at a time when there is already so much competition in the market. In such a situation, people can like the product due to the affordable price.
what is special
The earbuds come in a single black color with a matte finish, the earbuds look good for the price. The Lava Probuds come with an 11.6 mm driver which the company says can bring a good base. MediaTek Airoha chipset has been used in this.
Active noise cancellation is not provided in Lava Probuds. But has tried to suppress the voice to some extent here. Each of the Lava Probuds earbuds come with a 55mAh battery, while the charging case houses a 500mAh battery. Lava claims that the Probuds offers you 25 hours of playback. It has a microUSB port. Lava ProBuds supports instant pairing with Google Assistant on Android phones, but there is no app support for earphones. These Probuds also support gestures but no app has been provided for this.
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