Noise Buds VS303 Earbuds Released With Up To 24 Hours Battery Life


There are many low-cost true wireless earbuds on the market, particularly in India. With the arrival of the Noise Buds VS303, Noise has brought yet another choice to its already extensive line of inexpensive TWS earbuds.

The Noise Buds VS303 have a battery life of up to 24 hours, 13mm drivers, and complete touch controls. These earbuds are available in Jet Black and Space Blue and cost Rs 1,799 each. Amazon currently has the Noise Buds V303 for sale.

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Noise Buds VS303 features

These are truly wireless in-ear earbuds with a stem design. The tilted form of these buds is believed to provide a better fit. For audio, you get a 13mm driver configuration with Bluetooth 5.0 and HyperSync technology, which connects to all previously associated devices quickly, SBC and AAC codecs are also supported by these buds.

Both buds on the Noise Buds VS303 have touch controls. Music playback, volume, phone pick-up/rejection, and active voice assistants like Google Assistant and Siri are all available. The buds are also extremely light, weighing only 4.3 grams. The total weight of the package, including the case, is 44.2 grams.

The Noise Buds VS303 are rated to last up to six hours on a single charge (buds only), and up to 24 hours with the supplied case, which means you’ll get three more charge cycles. They also have a microphone so you can take calls without having to pick up the phone.

Both Android and iOS devices are compatible with the Noise Buds VS303. LED indicators and a USB Type-C port are among the other features.

The Noise VS303 will compete in the sub-Rs 2,000 price bracket against the newly announced Oppo Enco Buds, BoAt Airdopes 431, Realme Buds Q2 Neo, and others with this new offering.

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