Mivi DuoPods F60 TWS Launched for Rs 999

Mivi DuoPods F60 TWS
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Mivi is among famous Indian brands for its audio products and accessories. Now, the company has just introduced yet another affordable true wireless earbuds in India. Specifically, the company has announced the Mivi DuoPods F60 TWS. The most notable aspect of the earbuds is their price tag; the earbuds are priced under Rs 1,000. What’s more, the earbuds are Made in India. The company has previously released the Mivi Fort S60 and Fort S100 soundbars.

Here is everything there is to know about the new earbuds.

Mivi DuoPods F60: Features and Specifications

The DuoPods F60 features an in-ear style with a stem design. Plus, they also packs 13mm electro-dynamic drivers and Bluetooth 5.1 for wireless connectivity. Additionally, they also offer exceptional Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC); it should offer better audio clarity for calls.

Moreover, the earbuds also feature dual-microphone, voice assistants like Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant. Plus, the stem will help users to accept and reject calls; you can regulate the volume with a slight tap on the earbuds.

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As for battery life, the earbuds will last for last 8.5 hours at 70% volume; this seems impressive, at least on paper. In addition to that, the earbuds can last for whopping 50+ hours of battery life with charging case included.

Besides that, the earbuds will also include a Type-C charging port, IPX4 water and sweat-resistant, and low latency mode.

Price in India

As for pricing, the Mivi DuoPods F60 TWS costs Rs 999. They’re available in several color options, including Green, Black, Blue and White colour options.

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