Noble Audio introduces FALCON as its first true wireless earbuds

by Akash Supal October 19, 2019 1 min read

Noble Audio introduces FALCON as its first true wireless earbuds

Noble Audio has always been rather popular for their sound and artistic designs. The company has been around for a few years already and has brought us highly loved products like the Kaiser 10, the Katana, Savant, Sage and the Kaiser Encore. This year Noble Audio has announced Falcon as its first true wireless earbuds.

It is expected to deliver the traditional Noble Audio sound, as Noble Audio has decided to pack the FALCON with dual carbon layered driver which is tuned by the Wizard himself. The FALCON supports Qualcomm aptX and Qualcomm true wireless stereo plus that allows for a simultaneous connection between the source device and left and right earbuds which reduces latency and improves connectivity, supported with Bluetooth Version 5.0. With IPX7 rating you can also use these buds for your sports activities.
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FALCON offers great battery life up to 10 hours, the charging case can charge FALCON about 3 times which supports fast charge that offers 2 hours for just 15 minutes of charging time. The earphones in the charging case automatically enter sleep mode when fully charged, reducing battery consumption when not in use. FALCON has easy button control volume up/down function / track up/down and also supports voice assistant like Siri/Google. With great lightweight and comfortable design the FALCON also delivers great audio quality over calls. With the Noble dedicated App you can switch between master and slave which offers one-ear listening.

The Noble Audio - FALCON is expected to be launched by November 2019 and will be priced around Rs. 11,000/-. Stay tuned!

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