HARMAN launches ‘’ wireless headphone

HARMAN International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics announced the launch of JBL Free in India.

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International, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics announced the launch of in India. is a wireless in ear headphone for a hands-free experience. , which is available in both black and white color variants in India, is priced at Rs 9,999 and is available at the company’s ecommerce platform, on various online and retail channels and at 350 key Samsung brand stores across the country.

JBL Free provides 24 hours of combined use; delivering continuous listening for up to 4 hours with 20 hours of backup power from the smart charging case. The lightweight case is equipped with a built-in battery, letting listeners recharge an entire hour of music playback in just 15-minutes.

The earbuds are Bluetooth-enabled so users can connect smart devices and enjoy a completely hands-free experience. JBL Free has a built-in microphone for uninterrupted, crystal clear calls at the touch of a button. Outfitted with comfort-stay secure fit ergonomics, JBL Free delivers long-lasting wear for maximum enjoyment throughout the day. Built with sweat and water resistant materials, the earbuds withstand any situation, whether rainfall on the way to work or a vigorous morning sweat session at the gym.

To ensure a secure fit, three comfort-fit ear tips and two secure fit silicone sleeves are included. Users can interchange ear tips and sleeves for nine different size combinations.

“JBL Free truly steps up the listening experience with its superior sound, versatility and sleek looks. The cord-free earbuds encourage music lovers and executives to break up from wires and neckbands for truly unrestricted movement. We are excited to introduce the new in-ear headphone to add to their active lifestyle, give them high-quality audio and the freedom to experience audio in a completely new way.” said Sumit Chauhan, Vice President – Lifestyle Audio, HARMAN India.

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