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IQoo cordless sports headphones with an 18-hour battery life have been released in India


The iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones were launched in India on Wednesday along with the iQoo Z6 5G phone. The new headphones come with an 11.2mm floating coil to provide full-body bass. The iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones offer 18-hour playback on a single charge. The headphones are splash-resistant and are aimed at young mobile phone users looking for a personal audio device for gaming sessions.

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband Price Indian

The price of Indian iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband is set at Rs. 1,799. The headphones will be on sale through Amazon and the official iQoo India eStore. However, the release date has not yet been announced.

Along with the IQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones, the brand introduced the iQoo Z6 5G smartphone, Rs. 15,499.

Last year, the iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones were marketed in China for CNY 199 (approximately Rs. 2,400).

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband specifications, features

The iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones come with an 11.2mm floating coil paired with copper-coated aluminum wire (CCAW) voice coils to increase bass output. The headset also has a one-touch connection for mobile phones. The pair have an IPX4-rated construction that helps them withstand water splashes and sweat.

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones are rated IPX4
Photo credit: iQoo India

iQoo says the Wireless Sport Neckband headphones are capable of providing 18 hours of playback time with a full charge using an integrated battery.

iQoo Wireless Sport Neckband headphones have a latency of 80 milliseconds via Bluetooth v5.0 connection. The headphones have a built-in microphone and multimedia controls on the neck strap. There is also a USB C port for charging.


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Jagmeet Singh

Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for New Delhi Gadgets 360. Jagmeet is the lead reporter for Gadgets 360 and has frequently written on applications, computer security, Internet services, and telecommunications developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @ JagmeetS13 or by email at jagmeets@agrasmartcity.com/. Please send us your options and tips. More

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