Given all the attention and popularity of AirPods audio devices, some may think Beats are on the way out. Well, that is not the case just yet as the subsidiary of Apple has just unveiled a new product called the Beats Studio Buds.
Even though they technically came from Apple, many out there would be glad to see that the new Beats Studio Buds still looks distinctively different from the AirPods or AirPods Pro. The company didn’t provide in-depth details regarding the audio drivers that they used for Studio Buds but they apparently featured a two-piece diaphragm and designed specifically for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
As you may expect, Studio Buds also comes with Transparency mode that allows users to hear sounds from their surroundings. Alongside its dual beam-foaming microphones, the IPX4-rated earbuds are also able to deliver up to 8 hours of listening time which can go further up to 24 hours with its charging case.
They also support Fast Fuel quick charge tech which enables them to provide up to 1 hour of playback with just 5 minutes of charging time. Interesting enough, the Studio Buds are able to support both Apple’s quick pairing tech on iOS as well as Google Fast Pair for Android devices.
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