TAGG Liberty Buds Pro Earbuds Launched in India, Know Price and Specifications.
Lifestyle smart wearable company TAGG has launched its new TWS earbuds TAGG Liberty Buds Pro.
You will be able to buy earbuds from the e-commerce site Amazon. The cost of the earbuds is Rs 1,199.
It offers features like Quad-Mic with background noise cancellation for calling experience, 3 in-built equalizer settings i.e. Gaming Mode, BassX Mode, and Balanced Mode, Fast Charging, IPX5 Rating.
A noise cancellation feature will be supported.
The TAGG Liberty Buds Pro is available on Amazon India for Rs.1199 during the Pre-Republic Day sale.
The truly wireless earbuds are available in two dual-tone color options – Matte Black and Piano White. These earbuds provide a 45ms long gaming experience without any interruption.
These earbuds have Bluetooth 5.1, 4 mics with background noise cancellation, which produces a clear quality voice during calls.
You will get these great features.
The TAGG Liberty Buds Pro is a superlight TWS that comes with great cutting-edge technology.
Apart from instant auto-pairing, the earbuds offer 3 in-built equalizers, which can be changed in 3 taps- Ultra-Low Latency Gaming, Punchy BassX Mode, Balanced Mode for Acoustics and Vocals.
75 minutes of playback will be available within 5 minutes of charging.
The Liberty Buds Pro Buds have touch controls for easily dialing through features and taking or cutting calls.
These earbuds turn into a powerhouse of music, lasting up to 30 hours of total playtime with the case and 6 hours with the TWS.
For fast charging, the Type-C earbuds offer 75 minutes of playback time with 5 minutes of charging.
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