Anker Soundcore Life Note Overview:
On opening the box of Anker Soundcore Life Note, you are met with a horizontal case with an LED light. On further opening the case, you get two buds. These buds exhibit an in-ear design and a stem along the bottom. These buds are IPX5 certified for water resistance.
They have followed along with the button-click controls. However, you get only two simple color options to choose from: black and white.
Audio related features
On the other hand, the Life Note uses a 6-mm graphene driver with a 16Ω impedance. The lows are additionally boosted by Anker’s BassUp technology. This covers a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, which is standard for our ears. As for the calls, the 4-mic setup is provided for a clearer experience when teaming up with the cVc 8.0 technology.
The product page also mentions the aptX technology being implemented. In short, higher bitrates will be preserved and more details will be maintained.
Battery and Connectivity
On the battery side of things, this TWS runs for 7 hours on a single charge. Furthermore, the charging case extends that to 40 hours of non-interrupted music. Plus, you can charge it in 10 minutes for an hour of playback.
Likewise, Bluetooth 5 is what connects the Soundcore Life Note with your device. This supports AVRCP 1.6, A2DP 1.3, HFP 1.6, HSP 1.2, and CVC 8.0 Bluetooth profiles, one of which is mentioned above. And for wired charging, it uses USB-C.
Anker Soundcore Life Note Price
|Anker TWS||Price in Nepal|
|Soundcore Life Note||NPR 5,499|
Anker Soundcore Life Note Specifications Compare
|Codecs||SBC, AAC, aptX|
|Active Noise Cancellation||No|
|Others||Bassup Technology, cVc noise reduction|
|Earbuds||Up to 7 hours|
|Case||Up to 33 hours|
|Features||Button Controls, One Step Pairing|