boAt Rockerz 330 Pro, 333 Pro launched; check prices and features
boAt has launched the Rockerz 330 Pro and 333 Pro; check prices and features here.
boAt has launched its next-generation neckband earphone called boAt Rockerz 330 Pro. It provides a 60 hours long battery backup. Not just this, the company says that its ‘ASAP charge' can give battery backup of up to 20 hours in 10 minutes of charging. For even more robust use, the boAt Rockerz 330 Pro comes with braided cables in the form of the Rockerz 333 Pro. You can buy both Rockerz 330 Pro and Rockerz 333 Pro from today after12pm. boAt Rockerz 330 Pro price is ₹1499 as mentioned on the official website and e-commerce portals.
“Our engineers at boAt Labs take consumer feedback very seriously and the result is our newest Rockerz 330 Pro and Rockerz 333 Pro. Both earphones have their own identity and perform at their peak when it comes to audio performance, battery and connectivity,” Aman Gupta, Co-Founder and CMO, Imagine Marketing said on the launch of the two new boAt entrants.
boAt Rockerz 330 Pro features
Rockerz 330 Pro packs boAt Signature Sound which elevates aural experience to another level, says a company statement. With 60 hour battery life, it is perfect for long journeys and uninterrupted music experience. Rockerz 330 Pro is equipped with Bluetooth version 5.2, while delivering high-end features such as dual pairing, quicker pairing, superior connectivity range and higher power efficiency for better battery life. You can access your phone's virtual voice assistant with just a single tap.
The Rockerz 330 Pro is equipped with 10mm big drivers that deliver crystal clear highs and powerful bass without distortion. The boAt Rockerz 330 Pro has been ergonomically engineered for prolonged wear along with IPX5 water and dust resistance assurance. You can find boAt Rockerz 330 Pro in five colour options: Active Black, Navy Blue, Teal Green, Raging Red and Blazing Yellow.
boAt had launched the Rockerz 330 Pro campaign #LiveTheSound in collaboration with AP Dhillon, the Indian hip hop musician, focusing on the transformation of sound into music, attempted to show the various aspects of how the neckband was "fine-tuned" to provide a sound that was "nothing short of perfection".
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