The Harmonics 250 and Harmonics X1 are two new neckband-style earphones by Portronics. The local brand is doing everything it can to break into the Indian audio industry. Both of the newly released earbuds have Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity and 10.5mm audio drivers. The earbuds will be up against the Oppo Enco M32 neckbands, Boat Rockerz 335 neckbands, Dizo Wireless Power, and other neckbands. Both earphones contain magnetic locks that can be clipped together to switch off the device when not in use and support USB Type-C connectivity. The Harmonics 250 neckband-style earbuds from Portronics cost Rs 1,199 on the market. Green and Black are the two color options for shipping. The Portronics Harmonics X1 neckband-style earbuds, on the other hand, are available in the market for Rs 999. Both wearables are available for purchase on Protronics’ official website and on Amazon India. The silicone earbuds from Portronics Harmonics 250 have a lightweight design for added comfort. Both Android and iOS devices are supported by earphones. It also incorporates touch controls that allow users to accept and reject phone calls. You can even change the volume on your smartphone. The earbuds are equipped with an 800mAh battery that may last for up to 60 hours on a single charge. The earphones have a 1,000-hour standby period, according to the firm. The Portronics Harmonics X1 wireless sports neckband features a 10mm dynamic driver and an ergonomic silicon comfort. These earphones, like the Harmonics 250 earphones, feature Bluetooth v5.0. They are powered by a 150mAh battery that has a 15-hour playing and a 55-hour standby period. Do you want to stay up to date on the newest technological developments? TechRadar India can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
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To compete with Oppo Enco M32 Buds, Portronics introduces the Harmonics 250 and Harmonics X1.
Portronics has been attempting to break into the Indian audio market. The company has released a number of soundbars, earbuds, and other products. Harmonics 250 and Harmonics X1 are two new budget-friendly earbuds from the firm.