Nope, is a new homegrown brand that has step foot in the Indian market and has launched its first range of mobile accessories and gadgets. Nope’s USP lies in its “manufacturing facilities, and how it focuses upon being cent percent homegrown — right from its production units, the unique design philosophy behind its products or the distribution”, claims the brand. It has unveiled new neckbands, a series of TWS earbuds named Echo, Neo, Buddy, and Shots, alongside Bluetooth Speakers — the ‘Boom’ and the ‘Buzz’.
Nope says that it is an OEM and manufactures its own products and doesn’t rely on sourcing equipment or assembling products from a third party vendor. It’s latest range of products, including NOPE’s neckbands and earbuds, have features like the Type C Fast Charging, Google Assistant & Siri support enabled, alongside touch controls and 13 mm drivers to name a few.
NOPE also boasts a wide range of Smart Gadgets and Mobile Accessories that comprise of Smart Watches, Fit Bands alongside USB chargers, USB & Type-C charging cables, Car chargers, Power banks and Wireless chargers as a part of the brand’s vast product line.
“In a category that’s flooded with players like Boat, Noise and Mivi — NOPE is banking upon its impeccable distribution network and a distributor centric approach to cater to the ever-increasing demands of the customers”, says the brand.
Meanwhile, in related news, Nope’s competition Noise recently launched a new smartwatch in the country called NoiseFit Halo. NoiseFit Halo comes with a 1.43-inch Always-on AMOLED Display with a Resolution of 466×466 pixels. The smartwatch has a metallic encasing, with three strap options — leather, textured silicone, and standard silicone. It supports Bluetooth-calling so you can make and receive calls via the watch itself.