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Apple Beats Studio Buds launched in US, AirPods for Android Devices

Tech giant Apple has officially launched the Beats Studio Buds, Truly Wireless Stereo (TWS) earbuds. These latest earbuds look much similar to the rumored stemless Apple AirPods. According to reports, these stemless Apple AirPods are likely to launch later this year. The latest Beats Studio Buds comes with a similar price tag to the base AirPods. The all-new Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and in-ear style design. To recall, both of these features are absent in base variant of Apple AirPods, However, these features are available in AirPods Pro. The Beats earbuds also feature one-touch pairing mode. This feature is available for both Apple and Android devices.

Apple Beats Studio Buds Price:

The all-new Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with a price tag of USD 149.99 which is approximately Rs 11000. These latest earbuds will be made available in US and Canada via the Apple’s official website. The shipping for these Apple earbuds starts from June 24. The Beats Studio Buds comes in three color option including Black, Beats Red and White colors. Right now, Company did not reveal about its international availability. However, according to reports, Beats is likely to launch these TWS earphones outside the US and Canada markets. It could also launch in India and other international markets soon.

Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with a price tag of USD 149.99
Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with a price tag of USD 149.99

Beats Studio Buds Specifications:

The Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with a proprietary dual-element diaphragm driver within a two-chamber housing. These earbuds also get an advanced digital processor. According to company, this processor can optimize the audio performance for the loudness and clarity. These TWS earbuds comes with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and Transparency mode. Users can switch between these modes by long-pressing on the physical button.

Instead of touch controls, the Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with a single physical button. This button is useful in controlling the functionality on the TWS earphones. For connectivity, the Studio Buds uses Class 1 Bluetooth with both Android and iOS devices. Additionally, it also supports one-touch pairing with both Android and iOS devices. To recall, earlier, this one-touch pairing was limited between Apple devices and the Apple earbuds. But with the launch of Beats Studio Buds, now Android users will also be able to make use of it.

Beats Studio Buds app for Android:

Since, one-touch pairing mode is now available for Android devices. Now, Android users will be required to use the Apple Beats app to make use of this feature. The app will be useful with other features like built-in controls, battery level and much more. This functionality is already available on the iOS devices. For iOS devices, the Beats Studio Buds comes with Siri hands-free feature. Also Read: Google Pixel Buds A launching soon in India, to be available on Flipkart

These Buds comes with an IPX4 sweat and water resistance certification. Regarding its battery life, the company claims that these buds can last for up to eight hours with ANC mode or Transparency mode off. If the ANC mode or Transparency mode is turn on, then the earbuds can play audio for up to five hours. Additionally, the charging case holds an additional 10 hours of charge. Beside these features, the Apple Beats Studio Buds comes with the support for fast charging and can provide users playtime for up to 1 hours on 5-minute charge,

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