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Truke Buds Pro ANC With 48h Battery Life, Hybrid ANC Launched at Offer Price of Rs 1,699

Highlights
  • Truke Buds Pro ANC feature hybrid-Active Noise Cancellation
  • The introductory price is Rs 1,699; they will retail for Rs 1,999 afterwards.
  • Key features include Bluetooth 5.2, a Type-C port, and titanium drivers
Highlights

Truke, the German audio device manufacturer, has launched its latest set of true wireless earbuds in India. As the name suggests, the Truke Buds Pro ANC earphones feature hybrid-Active Noise Cancellation with up to 30db noise suppression. They also feature Environmental Noise Cancellation, Bluetooth 5.2, up to 48 hours of playtime, and USB-Type C fast charging.

The earbuds have been launched at an introductory price of Rs 1,699. They will be available at this special price only for one day – 25 August (today) on both Amazon and Flipkart. Later on, they will retail for Rs 1,999.

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Truke Buds Pro features and specifications

The key selling point of the Truke Buds Pro ANC is the hybrid-Active Noise cancellation (ANC) that the company claims can offer up to 30db noise cancellation alongside the quad-microphone Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC), which suppresses background noise during calls. There’s also a transparency mode that lets users stay aware of their surroundings.

Truke claims the Buds Pro ANC can last up to 10 hours on a single charge and up to 48 hours with the included case. The charging case features an LED battery level indicator and a Type-C port, which allows for 2 hours of playtime with just a 10 minutes charge. Other features of note include instant pairing thanks to Bluetooth 5.2 and a dedicated gaming mode with ultra-low latency up to 50ms.

The driver units inside the earbuds are 12.4mm in size and are made of titanium, which is quite rare in this price segment. The affordable earbuds are supported with one year of warranty and Truke’s network of 200+ active service centres.

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