Boat Airdopes 201 true wireless earbuds with 9 hours of play-time launched in India at Rs 2,499

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Boat as a lifestyle electronics has launched yet another wireless earbud in India. The Boat Airdopes 201 true wireless is the company’s new portable headphones. They are priced at Rs 2,499, Rs 500 lower than its sibling, Airdopes 211. Created for the carefree generation, it is said to offer HD premium quality sound as they are powered by high-quality drivers. 

Boat Airdopes 201 – Features

Speaking about the design of the Boat Airdopes 201, they are lightweight and said to sport sleek design that will gently fit inside your ears. With an affordable price tag, they seek to disrupt the market of Truly Wireless earbuds in India. They come with a charging case as well and can be put down/ and taken out easily. 

As far as the connectivity is concerned, it has a Bluetooth 5.0 version support. Unfortunately, it’s not LE, Low Energy. But it claims to offer a kick-ass battery life of up to 9 hours in total when you take charging case into consideration. The charging case comes with a battery life of 470mAh capacity and it can fully charge the earbuds up to three times. 

Talking about the functionality and interface, each bud offers a Capacity touch control, which will allow you to change tracks and answer calls with zero hindrance. It is said to offer mono and stereo hands-free communication support. We missed talking about the IPX4 certification rating for Airdopes 201. It offers a sweatproof and waterproof design. 

If you have been looking for a budget truly wireless earbuds in India, then, the new Boat Airdopes 201 could be considered as well. Let us know what do you think about these earbuds in the comment section below.   

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