Realme Dizo GoPods D Earbuds Dizo Wireless Earphones Price: Another Dhansu Tech brand has officially entered India. Yes, the products of Dizo brand of popular smartphone company Realme have been launched in India today. The Dizo GoPods D Earbuds and the Dizo Wireless Earphones in the neckband style have been launched in the TWS segment in India.
Realme, which is already making a splash in the Bluetooth wireless stereo segment, is now standing with more options in front of the people of its Dizo brand products. The new earbuds and earphones from Dijo are equipped with environmental noise cancellation, IPX4 rating, game mode and great battery backup.
With great look and features
Dhansu Products in the Budget Segment
Realme brand Dijo has introduced its new product in India at a very affordable price. Dizo GoPods D earbuds have been launched for Rs 1,599, but under the introductory offer you will be able to buy it for just Rs 1,399. While the neckband style Dizo Wireless earphones have been priced at Rs 1,499, you can buy it for just Rs 1,299 as an introductory price. You will be able to buy Dijo’s products on Flipkart and their sale will start in India from 7th July.
In the coming time, many more amazing products of Dijo will be launched in India.
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Talking about the features of the new brand Dizo’s first products in India, Dizo GoPods D Earbuds have been introduced with many great features. The metallic design earbuds have intelligent touch gestures, so that you can receive-reject calls and control music. The Deejo GoPods D is IPX4 rated, making it dust and water safe. It has environmental noise cancellation as well as a game mode. Equipped with 10mm Bass Boost drivers, you can use these earbuds from Dijo for up to 20 hours on a single charge with the charging case.
The Dizo Wireless Earphones are powered by 11.2mm drivers with Bass Boost Plus Dynamic Algorithm, which boasts of great sound quality. You can use Dijo earphones for up to 17 hours on a single charge. If you want, you can change the settings of these devices from the Reality Link app.