Audio tech company Soundcore has announced the launch of its Saina Nehwal special edition TWS – Life Note E TWS. The wireless earbuds are priced at INR 2,799, but are now available at a special launch price of INR 1999. Life Note E offers several functionalities, including 32h playtime, 3 EQ modes, and big bass. It also comes with a 18-month warranty and is available on Flipkart.
Life Note E earbuds come with oversized triple-layer 10mm drivers that the company claims will “fuel powerful sound with 50% more bass”. The TWS earbuds also comes with 3 EQ Modes – Soundcore Signature, the default EQ that delivers balanced sound with realistic mids, soaring treble and deep bass. The Bass Booster enhances bass-heavy music even Podcast makes voices stand out. To switch to a different mode, all that is required is to press the right earbud 3 times and thereby access music, videos and more.
Soundcore Life Note E is equipped with an AI Algorithm to enhance voice pick up and ensure seamless calls. The ergonomically designed earbuds come with snug & secure fit. The the weight of the earbuds does not hang heavy on the user. The earbuds weigh 0.16oz (4.6g), which is 10% lighter than standard earbuds. The earbuds come with a carrying case that acts as a portable charger which can extend the playback time of the earbuds by up to 32 hours, i.e., 4X times its normal capacity. The earbuds deliver up to 8 hours of music with a single charge.
Badminton icon Saina Nehwal, speaking on the launch of the special edition earbuds, said “I am very overwhelmed and thrilled to launch my first signature audio collection. Life Note E resonates with today’s generation needs. It is easy on the pocket and heavy on tech.”
Life Note E true wireless earbuds ensure one-step pairing and a single earbud mode and the latest Bluetooth 5.2 technology for a stable connection. The earbuds are IPX5 water-resistant.
Meanwhile, it has been announced that star shuttler Saina Nehwal will lead the women’s teams in the Thomas and Uber Cup Finals. For the Thomas and Uber Cup, the London Olympics bronze medallist Saina will be accompanied by the top-3 singles ranked players from the trials — Malvika Bansod, Aditi Bhatt and Tasnim Mir — in the 10-member women’s team.