Poco Pods wireless earbuds with 30 hours of charging were introduced

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Poco Pods wireless earbuds with 30 hours of charging were introduced

Poco has used 12mm drivers in this earbud and sells it for $15.

Poco unveiled new affordable wireless earbuds called Poco Pods at an event in India. These earbuds use 12mm drivers and also support the IPX4 standard.

Specifications and price of Poco Pods wireless earbuds

Poco has used Bluetooth 5.3 for this earbud and this product uses Google Fast Pair. According to Poco, the AirPods Pods have a latency of 60 milliseconds and support the SBC audio codec. These earbuds also use environmental noise cancellation (ENC) technology.


Poco Pods support touch controls that allow users to control calls and music playback. You have to double tap the pods to answer calls or play/play music. You can reject or end the call by tapping each earbud three times. You can also skip to the next track with this.

Poco has not released information about the battery capacity of its AirPods and its rechargeable case, however, according to the company, Poco Pods can last up to 30 hours on a single charge. Of course, this amount of charging comes with the use of a case. In addition, with 10 minutes of charging, you can listen to songs for up to 90 minutes.

It should be mentioned that this earphone is almost the same as Redmi Buds 4 Active with a new brand. While the Redmi product is priced at $17 in India, the Poco Pods are sold at $15. Although this product has been introduced in the Indian market, it is expected to be launched in the global market as well.

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