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OnePlus Nord Buds CE TWS launched in India, will work for 20 hours on a single charge

Highlights

The company has priced the OnePlus Nord Buds CE earbuds at Rs 2,299.
Customers can buy OnePlus Nord Buds CE in Moonlight White and Misty Gray color variants.
The first sale of OnePlus Nord Buds CE earbuds will be held on August 4.

OnePlus launches its new Nord TWS earbuds in India OnePlus Nord Buds CE TWS has been launched. The company has priced this earbud at Rs 2,299, and customers can buy it in Moonlight White and Misty Gray color variants. The first sale of this earbud will be held on August 4, which will be through Flipkart and OnePlus.com. The best part of this earbud is its battery life of 20 hours, 13.4mm driver, active noise cancellation and 3.5gm weight.

The OnePlus Nord Buds CE comes with a semi in-ear style design, which means it doesn’t come with interchangeable eartips. The buds support AAC and SBC formats. Talking about other features, it gets IPX4 sweat and water resistance rating.

Nord Buds CE features 13.4mm Dynamic Bass Drive and Bluetooth 5.2 for wireless connectivity. These buds come with AI noise cancellation for calls.

strong battery
For power, a 27mAh battery is available in this earbud, and a 300mAh battery is available in the case. The company claims that it can be run continuously for 20 hours on a single charge. It is claimed that on a single charge, the Buds can last up to 4.5 hours of music playback or 3 hours of phone calls.

It has a Type-C port for charging, through which 10 minutes of fast charge provides 81 minutes of playback.

Will get Fast Pair feature
OnePlus offers a Fast Pair feature that allows the earbuds to be connected to a OnePlus smartphone. It gets a sound master equalizer, and is also compatible with the HeyMelody app. According to the company, the iOS version of the app is not available for OnePlus Nord Buds CE.

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