ZTE announces LiveBuds with ENC and up to 20-hours of battery backup

ZTE LiveBuds announced price nepal availability launch
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ZTE has everyone talking with the announcement of the world’s first commercially available under-display camera smartphone. However, it was not the only device that was unveiled in the event. The company also unveiled a new TWS – ZTE LiveBuds with a total battery backup of up to 20 hours. Read along to learn more about the specs, features, expected price, and availability of ZTE LiveBuds in Nepal.

ZTE LiveBuds Overview

ZTE is not the name that appears in your mind when someone talks about audio accessories. The Chinese company mainly focuses on network technology and equipment. ZTE’s network business is even bigger than its smartphone business. The company currently offers services related to 5G and cloud computing. So, the introduction of the new TWS is a sign that the company is ready to step into the accessories business as well.


ZTE LiveBuds Design

ZTE LiveBuds comes with a cylindrical power case. The case features a curvy design. From a distance, it may look like the case of Sony WF-1000XM3. But it has ZTE branding on the front. The actual earpiece, on the other hand, has a very distinctive look because of the short stem and bulky head. It comes with replaceable ear tips for a better fit. When worn, most of the earpiece’s head is covered and only a small portion sticks out.

The part of the head that sticks out has a hollow surface. It is where the controls of the TWS is located. ZTE has inscribed “omthing” along the length of the stem.

Internal Specs

ZTE LiveBuds comes with touch-based controls. Users can tap on the hollow surface of each bud to control the music or receive/end call. It also comes with dual microphones that can be used for calls and interacting with the smart assistant. It uses Bluetooth 5.0 connection to receive and transmit data. Users can use the earbuds collectively or use them separately by connecting them to different devices at the same. ZTE claims that the Electronic Noise Cancellation on the TWS can reduce outside noise by up to 90%.

Battery and Durability

ZTE LiveBuds Water resistant IPX5 certification rating

On a single charge, LiveBuds can offer up to 4 hours of continuous music playback. With the charging case, the number is bumped to up to 20 hours. The earbuds come with IPX5 certification against damage by water splashes. Thus, you can put it on during workouts without having to worry about sweats damaging the earbuds.

ZTE LiveBuds Specifications:

  • Weight: 4 grams (each earbud)
  • Connectivity: Wireless (Bluetooth v5.0)
  • Wireless Range: 10m
  • Codec: AAC
  • Battery Backup: 4 hours (earbuds); up to 20 hours (with charging case)
  • Control: Touch-based
  • ENC: Yes
  • Microphones: Yes, Dual-setup
  • IP rating: Yes, IPX5

ZTE LiveBuds Price in Nepal and Availability

ZTE LiveBuds is now available in China, where its price is 199 Yuan. We can expect the price of ZTE LiveBuds in Nepal to be around NPR 3,500 if it launches here.

TWS Expected Price in Nepal
ZTE LiveBuds NPR 3,500
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