One of the products announced by ZTE at its recent event was the fully wireless headset ZTE LiveBuds SE.
With the increase in video conferencing and virtual meetings as a result of the COVID 19 outbreak, wireless headsets are currently the most popular products in the wearable market. Like many companies, ZTE turned this into an opportunity and came out with an affordable headset to consumers. The headset, which debuted under the name ZTE LiveBuds SE, is a clipped version of the ZTE LiveBuds introduced last year. Of course, we should not worry about this, because the headphones are very, very cheap.
ZTE LiveBuds SE Features and Price
LiveBuds SE appears to have a completely different semi-in-ear design than LiveBuds. IPX4 certificate is available in the headset, which has long stems required for a better sound reception while making calls. The headset can thus protect against light rain and sweat.
The oval shaped charging box of the LiveBuds SE, which comes out in black and white colors, carries a 550 mAh battery. In this way, the headset offers up to 1 week of use.
As we mentioned at the beginning of our article, the striking point of LiveBuds SE is its price. The headset, which will go on sale in the coming days, will only carry a price tag of 149 yuan / $ 23. No statement has been made as to when the wireless headset will go out of China.