boAt Stone Spinx Pro launching on 8th March in India

The homegrown brand boAt is one of the largest Indian consumer electronics brands that launches wireless earphones, earbuds, headphones, smartwatches, and home audio products in the country. The brand has recently unveiled its Ultima Select smartwatch and boAt Lunar Link smartwatch in the country. And now the company is all set to launch its new Bluetooth speaker.

boAt Stone Spinx Pro is all set to launch in India on 8th March at 12AM. The promotional page is already live on Amazon and the speaker will be launched in India at a special launch price of Rs.2,999.

boAt Stone Spinx Pro: Features & Specifications

It offers 20W RMS boAt Signature Sound while it features Dynamic RGB lights. As per the information shared on Amazon, it can offer music for up to 8 hours. Users can connect two speakers simultaneously with TWS for 2x power. It includes a built-in mic for hands-free calling and supports multi-compatibility through Bluetooth 5.0, AUX, USB, TF Card, and FM. It arrives with an IPX4 rating for dust, sweat, and splash resistance. The volume increase and decrease buttons are present on the top of the speaker.

The device will feature an ergonomic design and will be available in Blue and Black color options.

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