HiFuture FlyBuds truly wireless earbuds with touch sensor launched in India at Rs 2,499

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HiFuture, a consumer-grade audio accessories maker has launched its latest product to its TWS portfolio in India. The all-new HiFuture earbuds are priced at Rs 2,499 and will be available for purchase on Flipkart and Amazon. They will be available in three colours including Matte Black, Mint Green, Pearl White, and Flamingo Pink. Let’s talk about the HiFuture FlyBuds features below. 

HiFuture FlyBuds – Features & Specifications 

The highlights of these new TWS is the Neodymium magnet driver, which offers rich sound with crisp treble and powerful deep bass. There is support for the Bluetooth 5.0 version. Each earpiece just weighs at 5 grams and the entire package, with charging case, will weigh at 45 grams. For your convenience, it offers 3 LED indicators for showing the battery level. There is a dedicated pairing button. 

Speaking about the functionality, it also offers touch controls on the earpieces. What can you do using these touch controls? You can turn on/off, play/pause music, skip forward/backward, answer incoming calls, or activate Siri or Google Assistant. Talking about the durability, it offers IPX5 certification, which essentially means it’s a splash-resistant wearable. 

The battery life 4 hours of a single charge. It has a 500mAh capacity charging case which offers extra 15 hours of playback time. It has a USB Type-C port for fast charging. What do you guys think of the all-new HiFuture FlyBuds earbuds? Let us know in the comment section below.   

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