Beats yesterday announced a new pair of truly wireless earbuds, the Beats Studio Buds. These buds retail for $149.9, available in black, red, or white.
These buds have no ear hooks or stems and they supposedly lightweight as a result of this. They also look much smaller than Powerbeats pro.
The studio buds are IPX4 seat and water-resistant, offer serious active noise cancellation, can last up to five hours on a charge. when noise cancellation is off.
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They offer USB-C FOR charging, for the price they do not have wireless charging capabilities. Beats allowed support for both Andriod and iOS for these studio buds. They can also do hands-free “Hey Siri commands”.
The studio buds have a fast and easy Airpods-like setup, while on Andriod they work with fast pair and Google’s Find My Device functionality. These buds borrow a lot of Apple’s Airpods pro design language.
Beats redesigned the studio buds with 8.2-millimeter drivers, they claimed users can expect “outstanding stereo separation and low harmonic distortion across the frequency curve so you hear every note.”
Beats seem to see the amount of growth the earbuds market is experiencing, its brand name and exceptional sound quality will definitely turn heads. These buds are competing directly with similar products from Samsung, Apple, and Google.
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