Flipkart is currently offering great deals on products and the Apple AirPods Pro is one of them. Apple AirPods Pro was launched in October 2019 and it uses an H1 chip. Apple AirPods Pro are relatively high-end TWS headsets with many features. Let’s check out the Flipkart offers on them.
Apple AirPods Pro are available on Flipkart at a discounted price of ₹19,990 after the 23% instant discount. Flipkart has also offered ₹100 cashback on buying the Apple AirPods Pro for Paytm Wallet users.
There is an exchange offer also available which can give you a huge discount of up to ₹18,000. If you have an old device then you can trade it when buying the Apple AirPods Pro. The only condition with the exchange offer is that the old device which you are exchanging should be in working condition and not damaged. The price discount while exchanging varies from device to device.
So if you can avail of the maximum exchange offer, and apply the Paytm offer you can buy the Apple AirPods just for ₹1,800.
Apple AirPods Pro comes in only White colour and it uses an H1 chip which is also used in second and third-generation AirPods. The battery of AirPods Pro can last up to 5 hours but if you use noise cancellation and transparency mode then it will last 4.5 hours due to the processing.
It features an accelerometer and optical sensor which detect presses on the stem and in-ear placement and they also pause the audio automatically while plugging out the Airpods from the ear. It uses IPX4 resistance against dust and water. It also features Adaptive EQ which can automatically adjust frequency contour.
The case of Airpods supports Qi-certified wireless charging and now it’s been updated to Magsafe charging.
The Airpods Pro has three sizes of silicon buds out of the box and you can even check the fit from the test by running the Ear Tip Fit Test which can give you the best fit for your ears. The Airpods come with a Spatial Audio feature as well to raise the 5.1 surround sound.
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