Lava To Release The Probuds 2 Earbuds In India With 23hours battery life

lava pro buds 2
Image Credit:

Lava has recently released a new pair of truly wireless earbuds- the Probuds 2 for the Indian market. The earbuds are going to compete with the highly competitive TWS market.

Lava Probuds 2 Specifications

The forthcoming earbuds are going to feature a 14mm dynamic driver. If Lava is to be believed, the earbuds will deliver powerful thumping bass. On top of that, the earbuds are also equipped with an instant wake and pair technology and Bluetooth 5.0. So, they should offer seamless connectivity.

Also Read: Rumored Intel Core i9-12900K Appeared on BaseMark Benchmark Database.

In terms of battery life, the Probuds 2 will deliver up to 23 hours of battery life. The earbuds have a battery backup of up to 5 hours, while the charging case offers an additional 18 hours. The TWS earbuds are also IPX5 certified, so they are water and sweat-resistant as well.

Lava is all set to launch its new wireless earphones on its official online store and other platforms like Amazon, and Flipkart. The official date for the launch is 26th August 2021.

Furthermore, the Pro buds 2 will be officially available in India for INR 1,699 (23 US Dollars). But the news is the introductory price for the earbuds is going to be 1,399 INR ( 19 Dollars). Along with that, it will have a Google and Siri voice assistance added with intuitive gesture controls

Additionally, the company will organize a (Break Your Old Buds) contest alongside the launch of Probuds 2. In the contest, some lucky participants will get a chance to win free buds. To participate in the contest one has to get registered on the lava official website. After that, they have to pledge to tear their old earphones (wired or wireless ). The winners will be decided through a lucky draw.

Also Read: Pixel 5a Frame, Battery Capacity, and More Leak out Days Before Official Launch.


Leave a Reply

Your comments will appear once it is approved by a moderator.


DDR5 memory

Samsung Unveils A New 512GB DDR5 Memory Module For Servers And Enterprises

crowdsourced data to navigate

Google Maps is attempting to be as accurate as possible using crowdsourced data to navigate.