ZTE Buds, LiveBuds Pro Price in Nepal, Specs, Launch

Nothing Ear 1 may have made all the headlines, but it was not the only wireless earbuds to have launched yesterday. ZTE Buds and LiveBuds Pro were unveiled alongside the company’s Axon 30 5G. Here, we will be looking at the specs, features, and expected price of ZTE Buds and LiveBuds Pro in Nepal.

ZTE LiveBuds Pro Overview

Let’s start with the premium one. As the name suggests, it is the Pro version of ZTE LiveBuds that was launched towards the end of last year. It gives continuity to the in-ear design. The earbuds are sweat-resistant.

The Pro feature here is the Active Noise Cancellation (up to 35dB). For it to work, ZTE has included three microphones on each earbud. There is also a transparent mode when you need to be aware of the surrounding.

There is also a game mode that reduces transmission latency to just 70ms. ZTE LiveBuds Pro boasts a combined battery life (case + earbuds) of up to 24 hours.

ZTE BudsLive Pro Features:

  • In-ear design with silicone tips
  • 10mm dynamic drivers
  • Sweat-proof
  • 3-mic ANC (up to 35dB)
  • Transmission mode
  • Game mode (up to 70ms)
  • 24 hours of combined playback

ZTE Buds Overview

Moving on, ZTE Buds is the more modest of the two. It has an open-fit design, which means you don’t get silicone ear tips for a customized fit.

The earbuds are lightweight at just 3.4 grams and are sweat-proof. They have noise reduction technology for better call quality. Another highlight of the ZTE Buds is the 500mAh battery in the case.

ZTE Buds Features:

  • Open-fit design
  • 3.4 grams (each earbud)
  • Noise reduction during calls
  • 5 hours of music playback
  • 500mAh battery in case

ZTE Buds and LiveBuds Pro Price in Nepal and Availability

ZTE Buds and BudsLive Pro are now available in China with price tags of CNY 169 and CNY 349, respectively. You will soon be able to buy it from ZTE Mall. We expect the price of ZTE Buds and BudsLive Pro in Nepal to be around NPR 3,500 and NPR 7,000 if and when they launch here.

Wireless EarbudsPrice in ChinaPrice in Nepal [Expected]
ZTE BudsCNY 169NPR 3,500
ZTE LiveBuds ProCNY 349NPR 7,000
  • Meanwhile, check out our review of the Realme Buds Q2.


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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is the owner of RabinsXP who is constantly working for increasing the Internet of Things (IoT) in Nepal. He also builds android apps and crafts beautiful websites. He is also working with various social services. The main aim of Lamichhane is to digitally empower the citizens of Nepal and make the world spiritually sound better both in terms of technology and personal development. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal.

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