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DIZO May Launch Seven Products in India Next Month

- Updated: 26th Aug 2021, 11:49 IST
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    DIZO to reportedly launch a range of products in September

Dizo, a brand under Realme TechLife, has launched several products since its’ first launch. The brand has already made its presence bigger with the launch of a smartwatch, two feature phones, a TWS and Bluetooth wireless earphones. Moreover, the company also just launched GoPods D TWS earphones and the Wireless Neckband in July in India. However, now a new report hints the company is gearing up to launch its next products in the country soon.

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DIZO to reportedly launch a range of products in September

Abhilash Panda, the CEO of DIZO, teased a new product on Twitter yesterday. Whereas, sources claim that the company may launch a total of seven products in the smart entertainment category in September. According to 91mobiles, it can include three TWS earbuds, two smartwatches, and two unknown products. Although the tweet’s image looks like the company can launch a soundbar.

This particular information falls perfectly in line with the previous reports of the TWS earbuds launch in August. However, it looks like DIZO has delayed the launch to September. Meanwhile, the brand has already officially teased two audio products –  DIZO GoPods and GoPods Neo TWS earbuds.

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Furthermore, another report reveals that either one or both of the upcoming earbuds would come with support for ANC (active noise cancelling technology). This will be the main USP of the earbuds. In addition, the DIZO TWS earbuds will be featuring a premium design. For the price, the report mentioned that they would be priced quite competitively.

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However, there is no confirmation about the specs of the devices by DIZO. It is better to wait for more information to come in to make solid assumptions.