iQoo Wireless Sport neckband earphones launched in India with 18-hour battery life

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iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband earphones were launched in India on Wednesday alongside the iQoo Z6 5G smartphone. The new earbuds come with an 11.2mm voice coil, which is touted to deliver rich bass. The iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Earbuds are also rated for up to 18 hours of playback on a single charge. The earphones are splash-proof and are aimed at young smartphone users who are looking for a personal audio device for their gaming sessions.

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Award in India

The iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband is priced at Rs. 1,799 in India. The earbuds will be available through Amazon and the official iQoo India eStore. However, the release date has yet to be announced.

Alongside the iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband earphones, the brand introduced the iQoo Z6 5G smartphone which starts at Rs. 15,499.

Last year, the iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband earphones were launched in China at CNY 199 (about Rs. 2,400).

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Specifications, Features

The iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Earphones feature a 11.2mm voice coil paired with Copper Clad Aluminum Wire (CCAW) voice coils to boost bass performance. The earbuds also offer one-tap connectivity with smartphones. The pair has an IPX4-rated construction that resists splashes and sweat.

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Earphones come with an IPX4 certified construction
Photo credit: iQoo India

iQoo claims that the Wireless Sport Neckband Earphones can deliver up to 18 hours of playback time on a full charge with the built-in rechargeable battery.

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Earbuds have 80ms latency over Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity. The earbuds are equipped with a built-in microphone and have media controls on the neckband. There’s also a USB Type-C port for charging.


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Jagmeet Singh

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