LYPERTEK TEVI truly wireless earbuds with up to 70 hours of battery life launched in India at Rs 6,999

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LYPERTEK has launched its first truly wireless earbuds in India. The LYPERTEK TEVI earbuds is a premium offering at not so premium pricing. The new TWS from one of the fastest-growing audio makers in the world brings a range of never-before-seen features in this category. 

It is priced at Rs 6,999 and is available for purchase in two colour variants including Black and Ivory. With one year warranty, it is available at HeadPhone Zone, it’s the largest retailer of premium earphones and headphones. Let’s talk about the new LYPERTEK TEVI TWS earbuds below. 

LYPERTEK TEVI – Specifications

The highlight of the new LYPERTEK TWS is the battery life. Reportedly, it offers up to 70 hours of class-leading battery life, where 10 hours are available on a single charge, and the remaining 60 hours offered by the charging case. There is a support of Quick charging, which offers up to 2 hours of battery life in 15 minutes of charging. It has a type-C terminal for charging. 

Speaking about its unique feature qualities, it has a Qualcomm CVC 8.0 microphone for canceling out noise. There is aptX support, which essentially provides high-quality CD-quality sound. For iOS users, AAC codecs are supported. It is essentially a complete audio system including a DAC, Amp, and speaker. 

With 32-bit Qualcomm trig-core processor and Kalimba DSP technology together delivers a unique acoustic sound. Working in tandem, these technologies enhance connectivity and audio deliverables. The brand reportedly calls its new pair of TWS a completely waterproof design with an IPX7 rating. Notably, only the earbuds are IP rated, not the charging case. 

What do you guys think of the all-new earbuds from LYPERTEK?  Let us know in the comment section below. 

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