Riversong Launches Bluetooth 5.0 Powered Headphone in India

  • The company has priced it at Rs 3,999
  • Riversong said its latest headphone promises up to 25 hours of battery life
Riversong Rhythm S

Riversong, a smart accessories brand has announced the launch of its latest wireless headphone in India. Dubbed Rhythm S, this latest headphone can be used as a wireless as well as a wired headphone.

“Rhythm S headphones will be an apt choice for consumers who are looking for a combination of style and high bass qualities in one product. We have deployed the best of solutions to meet consumers’ audio demands in terms of sound and bass. Not only this with the controls provided on the headphones, one can operate it swiftly and can answer calls on the go,” said Manvendra K Chandola, CEO of Riversong India.

The company has priced it at Rs 3,999. Riversong works under the umbrella of China-based IMG Technology Group. IMG is know as a mobile phone developing company.

Powered by Bluetooth 5.0

This latest wireless headphone by Riversong is powered by Bluetooth 5.0. The company said that it takes up to 2.5 hours to get charged completely. One complete charge can power the headphone for a maximum of 25 hours.

Manvendra added, “Rhythm S is equipped with features that sets it apart. With technological advancements second to none, issues that prevail with Bluetooth headphones will be a thing of the past. Like all our products, we have built Rhythm S keeping in mind better sound experiences. Its high quality sound segregates it from other headphones which are available in this price segment.”

Company’s official statement read, “Rhythm S comes with sleek and foldable design which takes little space on your bags during travel to your favourite destination. Its protein leather material on ear cups gives smooth surface and comfortable touch with minimum pressure on ears. Diaphragm used in this product gives you superior sound quality with heavy bass. Rhythm S is on-ear headphone that comes with aux support which gives you an edge to use headphones even when its battery runs out.”