The wireless headphones come with 22-hour of playback time
Just before the launch of Apple iPhone 8, the Apple-owned Beats by Dr. Dre has announced a new pair of flagship wireless headphones, known as Studio 3. The headphones are priced at $349 in the US, which roughly translates to Rs 22,000 and it will be available in October.
The wireless over-the-ear headphones come with Apple’s W1 chip, which was earlier seen in Apple’s AirPods, Beats Solo 3, Beats X and PowerBeats 3. The successor to 2013 launched high-end Studio Wireless models, headphones comes loaded with Pure Adaptive Noice Cancelling feature, which allows users to block external noise and it also features real-time audio calibration, which enhances clarity and range of the sound.
The Studio 3 Wireless features lasting battery life, which the company claims can last up to 22 hours of playback time and up to 40 hours without active noise cancellation. Further, when the battery drains, users can get 3 hours of listening time from a 10 minutes charge.
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The device is available in six different colours including Shadow Grey, Red, White, Matte Black, Blue, and Porcelain. Users can also take calls, control volume and get Siri working with on-ear controls. Beats also included a 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable which provides inline controls as well.
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