Wings Phantom 380 TWS earbuds launched with ANC and up to 50 hours of playback


Wings on Monday launched a pair of new truly wireless earbuds called the Wings Phantom 380 TWS in the country. The earbuds come with 13mm drivers and feature ANC support.

The earbuds are said to offer up to 50 hours of playback, low latency support, and IPX5 rating.

Wings Phantom 380 Price, Colours, Availability

The Phantom 380 earbuds come at a special launch price of Rs 1,299 and come in two color options – Black and White.

The earbuds can be purchased from Flipkart, Amazon and the official website of Wings.

Wings Phantom 380 Specs & Features

The Wings Phantom 380 earbuds come with 13mm drivers, which are expected to deliver a decent listening experience. The earbuds are lightweight, weighing just 39 grams. The earbuds have ultra-low latency support of 40ms for a competitive in-game experience.

One of the major highlights of the earbuds includes ANC support. There is 30dB ANC support which is expected to reduce some external noise. Wings has also offered ENC on the earbuds so that calls are clear.

Furthermore, the earbuds pack a battery that will provide up to 50 hours of total playback. That ANC is on. With the ANC turned off, the earbuds can give you 35 hours of playback.

The earbuds have bullet charge support which will fully charge the earbuds in less time. The earbuds have an IPX5 rating and support for the latest Bluetooth 5.3. Lastly, Wings offers separate EQ settings in the Wings Sync app, available on both the Play Store for iOS for iPhone and the Play Store for Android.

Commenting on the product launch, Vijay Venkateswaran, Co-founder, Wings said, “Phantom 380 earbuds are for those who value style and function in equal measure. The product USP is the ANC and transparency mode which is a first for us. Like our users, we as a brand continue to step up our game and this product is the result of that endeavour.

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