Portronics launches water-resistant POSH Bluetooth speakers at Rs. 1,649; to rival Xioami’s Mi Bluetooth speaker

Bluetooth speakers are gaining popularity in the Indian market. Taking a cue from the high demand, Portronics has launched “POSH” water-resistant Bluetooth speakers. To woo the buyers, Portronics speakers are retailing at Rs. 1,649 on Amazon and Flipkart. The MRP of the speaker is shown as Rs. 2,499, but the selling price is Rs. 1,649.

Portronics Posh speakers

Coming on to the specifications, the Portronics POSH Bluetooth speakers boast IPX4 rating for water resistance. It also features an inbuilt microphone, which enables users to answer calls easily without the need to disconnect their smartphone. In terms of outlook, these speakers bear leather-like finish and weigh 284 grams.

Given the pricing of Portronics POSH Bluetooth speakers, these speakers might give a tough competition to Xiaomi’s recently launched Mi Bluetooth speaker.

Portronics POSH specifications and key features

  • Micro USB, 3.5mm AUX in, and Bluetooth 4.0,
  • Impedance 40 ? and 6W RMS (2 x 3W RMS)
  • Built-in Mic
  • Sprinkle and splash proof IPX4 rating (water-resistance)
  • Buttons for Call answer, change tracks/volume, play/pause and on/off
  • Soft Leatherette finish for easy movement
  • LED indication for battery life
  • Measures 124 X 68 X 47.5 mm; Weighs 284 grams
  • Up to 6 hours of playback time

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