Noise, one of the popular accessory makers in India, has launched its newest pair of truly wireless earbuds, the Shots XO. The earbuds feature a metallic finish and come with Qualcomm aptX technology to deliver high-quality audio experience. Let’s check out the new earbuds in detail.

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As already mentioned, the Noise Shots XO features a metallic finish, and for the most part, builds upon the same design language as its predecessor. They come with a new circular charging case, which also has a metallic finish. When it comes to connectivity, the earbuds connect over Bluetooth 5.0 and feature a USB Type-C port for charging. There is an IPX7 rating for water and dust resistance for the earbuds, along with the added support for Qualcomm aptX audio for high-definition audio. Furthermore, to ensure clarity and distraction-free audio experience, the Noise Shots XO comes with CVC 3.0 and Noise Wind Cancellation. The all-new earbuds come in three color options: Space Grey, Rose Gold, and Metallic White.

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The company says its latest pair of truly wireless earbuds, the Shots XO, come with a 40mAh battery (on each earbud) — that offers up to 6 hours of standalone playback and a 720mAh (on charging case) — that offers up to 36 hours of total backup. Besides the USB Type-C port for charging, there is also support wireless charging, which means that users can place their Noise Shots XO on any Qi-compatible wireless charger and charge their earbuds. Among other things, the earbuds come with support for voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Siri to offer easy, hands-free experience, in addition to smart touch controls on each earbud, which offers an easier way to perform some of the basic operations.

Noise Shots XO: Pricing and Availability

The Noise Shots XO is priced at Rs 5499. It is already up for sale on Flipkart, Amazon India, and Noise’s official website.

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