After so many rumors and even an exclusive look LeBron James got A few days ago, Beats released the new Beats Studio Buds. Unfortunately, they can only be order right now in the United States and Canada. They surprise its 3 attractive colors in black, white and red and up to 24 hours of playback with the charging case via USB-C.
Beats Studio Buds, new option to compete with AirPods
Despite being part of the same firm, Beats Studio Buds seek to be an interesting alternative for Apple consumers. Its design is similar to the AirPods Pro themselves although it does not have the microphone finish on the bottom. They are compact compared to other headphones like the Powerbeats Pro or the traditional AirPods themselves.
When building such a small product, every detail was considered, analyzed and selected to optimize sound quality, comfort and durability. Studio Buds is our smallest and most subtle form factor to date, but it keeps the Beats promise of delivering an immersive sound experience in a beautiful design.
Oliver Schusser, VP of Beats and Apple Music.
Like the AirPods Pro, 3 sizes of interchangeable ear pads are included to fit the Beats Studio Buds to your ear. Another notable feature is the physical playback controls on both hearing aids. They are located at the ends. Uses traditional pressure controls, depending on how many times the button is touched it will perform reverse actions or play forward. A long press will activate the noise cancellation, put it in transparency mode or deactivate both.
Supports Dolby Atmos and Apple Music spatial audio
In case you were wondering, the Beats Studio Buds are compatible with the latest Apple Music updates. They have 6 different microphones that power the voice functions in calls, the active noise cancellation and the transparency mode. It is surprising that it does not include a chip like Apple’s H1 or W1, this information was confirmed by 9to5Mac in the review filed today.