Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless earbuds launched in India, priced at Rs 24,990

“Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless earbuds offer up to 4 hours of backup on a single charge and Qualcomm’s aptX and aptX Low Latency compatibility”

German audio giant Sennheiser has announced its premium earbuds, the Momentum True Wireless, in India. The new generation pair of earbuds are touted to offer “uncompromised” audio performance in an “iconic” design. Powered by Bluetooth, the Momentum True Wireless earbuds are compatible with both Android and iOS devices and offers personalised experience through a dedicated. The audio accessory rocks 7mm dynamic drivers, which Sennheiser claims redefines the audio benchmark for true wireless earbuds.

Sennheiser MTW

“The Momentum True Wireless truly redefines the audio benchmark and raises the bar for wearable sound. Uncompromised sound performance, state-of-the-art technology, and refined design all come together in Sennheiser’s True Wireless premium earbuds,” said Kapil Gulati, Director, Consumer Segment, Sennheiser India.

The Momentum True Wireless earbuds price in India has been set at Rs 24,990. The earbuds come in a “compact” case with fabric-coating and an integrated power bank that holds up to 12 hours of juice. On a single charge, the Momentum earbuds are said to last up to four hours, which seems quite average.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless

Coming to the specifications, the earbuds offer “perfect fit,” “all-day comfort,” and are sweat- and splash-resistant design. The buds also come with a metallic finish and an intuitive touch interface that lets you summon a virtual AI assistant (Google Assistant or Siri), and much more. The accessory supports AAC codec as well as Qualcomm aptX and aptX Low Latency compatibility to further enhance the experience. The pair also boast of a Transparent Hearing feature that lets listeners hear ambient sounds for situational awareness or participate in conversations without removing earbuds.

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