Itel ITW-60 TWS Launched in India

Price Rs 1,699

ITEL has launched its first True Wireless earphone Itel ITW-60 TWS in India. Sensors are provided for calling in both earbuds. Apart from this, you will get a Type-C port for charging and Bluetooth v5.0 has been given for better connectivity. The company claims that this earphone has the support of low audio latency for perfect audio.

Itel ITW-60 TWS Price and Specification

The Itel ITW-60 TWS is priced at Rs 1,699 and is being sold from offline stores. Talking about the features, it has a 13mm audio driver. Apart from this, the company has claimed that its fitting and comfort is excellent. It will get a 360-degree audio experience. Sensors are provided in both buds with the help of which you can receive calls.
Each earbud has a 35mAh battery which will get 2.5 hours of music playback and three hours of talk time in one-time charging. The charging case that comes with it has a 500mAh battery which is capable of charging the buds six times full.

Itel ITW-60 TWS

This buds from ITEL will compete with Tecno’s Minipod M1 wireless earphones, which is priced at Rs 799. The company claims a backup of up to 18 hours for its battery. Each earbud on the Minipod M1 has a 50mAh battery that can provide 6 hours of continuous music playback.

There is a 110mAh battery in the charging case, which has been claimed for up to 18 hours of backup. For better connectivity, it has Bluetooth v5.0. Apart from this, it has the support of Environment Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology which is capable of providing clear audio by turning off external noise.

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