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ZTE LiveBuds SE joins the fray with a lightweight design, IPX4 rating


Chinese tech giant ZTE took the wraps off the S30 series

made up of the ZTE S30, S30 Pro, and S30 SE on March 30. The company also launched a smartwatch dubbed Watch GT and which has a price tag of less than $100. What you may not know is that ZTE equally unveiled a new TWS earbuds product. The product is dubbed ZTE LiveBuds SE and seems to be a trimmed-down version of the ZTE LiveBuds that was launched last year. ZTE LiveBuds SE

The LiveBuds SE utilizes a semi-in-ear design that is starkly different from those of the LiveBuds. This version looks cheaper and is indeed cheaper than its predecessor. The earbuds also feature long stems which should make for a better audio reception when making calls.

Buyers can avail themselves of the ZTE LiveBuds SE in both black or white color options. The gadget has a carry case that doubles as the charging case with an oval shape. The charging case has a 550mAH battery that can extend usage to up to 7 days.

The earbuds are designed to be gentle on the ears as they adopt a lightweight design and equally have an IPX4 waterproof rating which should protect against light rainfall and sweat.ZTE LiveBuds SE

As for the price, the LiveBuds SE carries a retail price of RMB 149 (~$23) in China. We can’t say when ZTE will bring the product to other markets but we expect it to be unveiled alongside the smartphones and Watch GT whenever ZTE plans to ship to the west coast.


Wireless earphones are having their best run in the wearable market currently, thanks to a surge in video conferencing and virtual meetings as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic. This is the right time for ZTE to ship these affordable products abroad.



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