The Noise Intellibuds are made of plastic, while its case has a matte finish. They are slightly bigger than other affordable earbuds in the market. Inside the charging case – which you can open with one hand – the two earbuds sit perfectly in its shell with the help of magnetic pins. Despite its bulk, the TWS are comfortable and their design – different from the usual AirPods lookalikes – make them stand out in a crowd.
Gestures make them intelligent. For instance, you can shake your head to reject an incoming call. A simple nod helps you take a call. Volume levels can be adjusted by moving your head up and down. Gesture control works quite well, but you have to tap on the earbuds first before each gesture. You can also use voice commands – Hey headphones, for instance – to operate the earbuds. The voice command feature works really well.
To be honest, it’s not that great. The vocals and instruments are clear at medium volume, but there is a bit of distortion and lower sound quality as you switch to higher levels. The bass effect is satisfactory. Though there is no active noise cancellation, passive noise cancellation works fine. Battery Life: The earbuds promise 36 hours of battery backup with the charging case. The earbuds manage to deliver 30 hours of music playback. It comes with Instacharge support. Nosie says it can deliver 9 hours of battery backup with 30 minutes of charging.
At Rs 4,999, Noise IntelliBuds are a good choice for customers looking for something different in the affordable TWS segment.