Emerging personal audio brand Truke has rolled out its much-awaited S2 TWS Buds at a special launch price of Rs 1,499. The all-new earbuds are said to be the successor to the most celebrated Truke TWS buds S1 and will be available on Amazon and Flipkart in 3 colour variants – Black, Blue, and White.
The latest earbuds come embedded with several exemplary features like 20 Preset EQ Modes customizable via smart application alongside a Premium Sliding Case paired with Slide-N-Share Technology providing 1-Step Instant Paring.
They will also offer unparalleled total playtime of up to 48hours with up to 10 hours of playtime on a single charge. The buds will also be decked with Powerful Quad-Mic Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) for a High-Quality Calling Experience.
The earbuds will further ensure a perfect Gaming experience with Best-in-Class Ultra-Low Latency of up to 55ms. Integrated with Bluetooth 5.1 for 2X fast and reliable connection, the earbuds provide Powerful Deep Bass powered by expertly-tuned 10mm dynamic speakers.
“After the huge success of Truke Buds S1, last year, we are back with another prized offering that has the potential to change the earbud segment as we know it. Truke buds S2 are loaded with a plethora of enticing features that are specially crafted to delight music enthusiasts. We are supremely confident that this latest launch will further our bid to emerge as the de-facto leader in the budget TWS segment,” Pankaj Upadhyay, CEO, Truke India.
The company in a statement said that this product launch is in accordance with Truke’s vision to establish itself as the go-to brand across the soundware and sonic accessories space with its best-in-class product offerings that blend the best of power, performance, and affordability.
With the celebrity actress Mrunal Thakur being recently roped in as Truke’s brand ambassador, the latest launch is also reflective of the company’s objective to tap young populations and uncompromising commitment to delivering the best in class experience to its consumers at an affordable price, it said.