Jabra Move Style Edition on-ear wireless headphones launched in India, priced at Rs 7,299

“The new Java Move Style Edition offers up to 14 hours of battery life and comes in three new colour options: Titanium Black, Gold Beige, and Navy”

Jabra has refreshed its Move on-ear headphones series with the launch of the new Jabra Move Style Edition. These wireless headphones have a lot in common with their predecessors, the Move Wireless, except for the battery back up and new and “modern” colour options. The company claims that the headphones can offer up to 14 hours of playback time, up from eight hours, on a single charge, whilst offering the same sound, comfort, and form factor.

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Jabra Move Style Edition headphones are said to feature Scandivanian design and offer a comfortable fit, thanks to the soft on-ear cups. The headset offers both wireless connectivity with Bluetooth 4.0 and wired option with 3.5mm cable. For a hands-free experience, the pair of headphones also comes with built-in controls to play/ pause music, activate voice assistant, and answer calls without reaching out for your smartphone.

The new Move Style Edition on-ear wireless headphones have been priced in India at Rs 7,299. The pair of headphones will be up for grabs on Jabra’s authorised stores and major e-commerce platforms such as Amazon.in and Croma starting from April 20th onwards. The headphones come in Titanium Black, Gold Beige, and Navy shades.

“The Jabra Move is one of the most popular on-ear wireless headphones because it offers a great wireless experience for calls and music on-the-move at an affordable price. By adding improved battery life and three new colour options to the existing great features, we expect the Move Style Edition to become must-have Bluetooth headphones,” said Amitesh Punhani Marketing Manager, Jabra India and SAARC.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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