Detel Di-Pod Bluetooth Earbuds with 300mAh Battery, IPX4 Launched at ₹2,199

Economical feature phone and TV manufacturer Detel launches its first Wireless Stereo Earbuds dubbed as Detel Di-Pod in India. This is an entry-level earphone that comes with Bluetooth 5.0 with Auto Pair function and has a connectivity range of up to 10 meters. It is backed by a 300mAh battery and also IPX4 rated to provide protection from Sweat and Splash.

Detel Di-Pod Bluetooth Earbuds

According to Detel, the 300mAh battery takes up to 2 hours to charge and capable of providing a playback time of up to 5 hours. These earbuds supports dual calling and also Google Assistant & Siri. The case has a Micro USB port for charging and the earbuds get charged automatically when you place them inside the case. These buds are compatible with Smartphones, Tablets, Bluetooth-enabled Computers, Laptops and also Smart TVs.

Detel Di-Pod Bluetooth Earbuds
Detel Di-Pod Bluetooth Earbuds

The Detel Di-Pod comes only in Black color and priced at ₹2,199. It will be available to purchase via Detel’s official website, Detel Mobile app and also through Flipkart, Amazon & Paytm Mall starting 31st October 2019.

Detel Di-Pod Earbuds Specifications

Bluetooth Versionv5.0
Virtual Assistant SupportGoogle Assistant, Siri
Battery2 x 50mAh
Charging Case300mAh
Range10 Meters
Playback TimeUpto 5 hours
Charging Time1 to 2 hours
IPX RatingIPX4
Frequency Range20 Hz-20KHz
 Operating Voltage3.7V (3.3-4.2V)
ChargingMicro USB Port

Commenting on the launch Mr Yogesh Bhatia the founder & CEO says “Having seen the increased demand of wireless accessories in the Indian Market, Detel has also geared up to launch its first Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds- Di-Pod. These earbuds provide best in class music with all-day comfort design, which will allow the user to use them for a long period of time. We have also provided an IPX4 rating so that you won’t have to feel worried about the splashes of water or dust. We are looking forward to launching more of such pocket-friendly products and will keep connecting the unconnected 40 crore Indians”

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