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OnePlus Buds Z2 with Active Noise Cancellation, 7-Hours Playback Launched: Price, Specifications

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OnePlus has officially launched the OnePlus Buds Z successor in the form of the OnePlus Buds Z2 in the US and European markets. These new TWS earbuds from OnePlus offers active noise cancellation (ANC) support and they are equipped with 11mm bass-tuned drivers.

Speaking about the design, the new OnePlus Buds Z2 has a similar design aspect as that of the last year’s cheapest OnePlus Buds Z, except that they offer a longer battery life. Let us take a look at the detailed specifications and pricing of the new TWS earbuds from the OnePlus ahead:

OnePlus Buds Z2 Pricing And Availability

The OnePlus Buds Z2 comes in Obsidian Black and Pearl White colour option. The prior colour variant will arrive next year, as per OnePlus. As for the pricing, the OnePlus Buds Z2 retails for USD 99 (roughly Rs 7,550) in the United States EUR 99 (roughly Rs 8,550) in Europe. As of now, OnePlus has not announced any details regarding the Indian availability and pricing of the OnePlus Buds Z2.

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OnePlus Buds Z2 Specifications, Features

As mentioned above, the new OnePlus Buds Z2 looks almost identical as that of the original OnePlus Buds Z, which debuted last year. The OnePlus Buds Z2 comes equipped with a 11mm dynamic drivers as that of the OnePlus Buds Z.

The main USP of this new offering by OnePlus is that the OnePlus Buds Z2 now offer active noise cancellation (ANC) support. The earbuds also has support mono mode and transparency mode. As for the connectivity purpose, the Buds Z2 has Bluetooth v5.2 support.

The OnePlus Buds Z2 packs a 40mAh battery, which offers a battery life of up to 5 hours playback with ANC on and 7 hours with ANC off. With the charging case, the Buds Z2 offers a battery life of 38 hours. The earbud’s case has a USB Type-C port. With the 10 minutes of charging, the Buds Z2 can provide up to 5 hours of music playback.

The other key features which the OnePlus Buds Z2 offer include is wearing detection, Dolby Atmos support, IP55 rating for buds, and Google Fast Pair support. The charging case has an IPX4 rating for water resistance.

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Bira 91, boAt partner to launch exclusive ‘BOOM’ audio collection

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Bira 91 has announced a partnership with boAt to launch an exclusive ‘BOOM’ audio collection that includes powerful Stone SpinX 2.0 and Stone 190 speakers and boAt Rockerz 450 Headphones. The company said that ‘BOOM’ collection is curated for consumers who are bold and expressive and don their wearable accessories as an extension of their personality.

It seamlessly integrates the daring colour palette and the striking design of Bira 91’s ‘BOOM’ variant with the fashion-forward aesthetically designed boAt portfoliom, added the company.

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Bira 91 X boAt Stone 190

The Stone 190 is equipped with 52mm dynamic drivers,  AUX connectivity mode, IPX7 Water Resistance, ergonomic build and extra portability offers a playback time of up to 4 hours. Priced at Rs. 1,199.

Bira 91 X boAt SpinX 2.0

The SpinX 2.0 offers up to 8h of total playback time, put two Stone SpinX 2.0 speakers together on the go with the True Wireless Feature and double-up your fun, rugged build, comes with 360° IPX6 water resistance, two 40mm drivers. Priced at Rs. 2,799.

Bira 91 X boAt Rockerz 450

The Rockerz 450 features 40mm drivers, up to 15 hours of playback and stay connected with an AUX wire. Priced at Rs. 1,799.

The BOOM collection is available exclusively on Bira 91’s Merch store and the boAt website starting today, 20th January.

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To bring alive the central theme of music that resonates with both brands, Bira 91 crafted a special music track for this collaboration called ‘Get Set BOOM’. The high-energy video paints a picture of the perfect weekend, with music bringing friends together in an ultimate house-party setting. The playful and upbeat lyrics and strong visuals are complemented with subtle integrations of the audio collection and other brand merchandise to create the ‘party vibe’ like never before.

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Instagram launches Subscription service to help creators earn monthly

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Inspired by the Facebook Subscription model, which was launched back in 2020, Instagram has also started testing the Subscription model in the US with some creators. However, the company is planning to expand access to more creators over the next few months.

At present, it has announced select creators. With the Subscription model, fans have to pay a monthly fee to access subscriber-only content from creators like exclusive Lives and Stories. The creators can set a monthly price of their choice, ranging from $0.99 to $99.99 per month.

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Upon subscription, users will get a purple badge by their username so that creators can identify them easily. Further, they’ll be notified of exclusive broadcasts, where they’ll be able to engage more deeply with the creators. Notably, the subscriber-only Stories will be indicated with a purple ring.

“Earlier this year, as part of our continued commitment to supporting creators, we shared that Meta would not collect any fees from creators on Facebook Subscriptions purchases until 2023 at the earliest, and this will also apply to Instagram Subscriptions. Additionally, we believe that creators should know their audience and have more control over their business. We hope to build the tools to allow them to also directly connect with their audience off platform in the future,” mentions Instagram on its blog.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, which owns Instagram, wrote in a Facebook post

I’m excited to keep building tools for creators to make a living doing creative work and to put these tools in more creators’ hands soon.

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