Noise Buds Combat Gaming TWS launched in India: all the details

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Noise Buds Combat true wireless earphones have launched in India, priced at Rs. 1,499. The new affordable TWS headset from Indian brand Noise comes with a Quad Mic ENC. It is available in three color tones: Stealth Black, Covert White and Shadow Grey. The Noise Buds Combat is available for purchase on the official Noise website and through e-commerce giant Flipkart. The earbuds support Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. Noise’s new true wireless earphones compete with brands such as Realme and Boat, including in the affordable segment.

Noise Buds Combat price, availability

The Noise Buds Combat earbuds have been launched at a price of Rs. 1,499 in India as a gaming TWS. They are currently listed on the GoNoise online store and on Flipkart. The true wireless earbuds come in three color options: Stealth Black, Covert White, and Shadow Gray.

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At this price, the Noise Buds Combat will compete with affordable TWS earbuds like Realme TechLife Buds T100 and Boat Airdopes 111 which are priced under Rs. 1,500.

Noise Buds Combat Specifications, Features

The Noise Buds Combat earbuds come with Quad Mics with Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC). They feature touch controls with support for Google Assistant and Siri. The touch controls on both earbuds can be used to control volume and music, as well as invoke the voice assistant. The earbuds are compatible with both Android and iOS smartphones.

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Noise has used a 13mm driver on these earbuds, which also come with an ultra-low latency mode and IPX5 sweat and water resistance. The Noise Buds Combat weighs about 9.2 grams, with the housing around 35.2 grams. The case measures 61.6 x 25.6 x 44.5 mm.

For connectivity, they support the Bluetooth 5.3 version which offers a connectivity range of up to 10 meters. Noise’s latest affordable earbuds are said to provide up to 8 hours of playtime on a single charge and up to 37 hours of playtime with the case on. In addition, the earbuds are claimed to fully charge in 90 minutes, while the case is said to last around 120 minutes. There is also an LED charging indicator and a USB Type-C port on the case.

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