The carrying case of Riversong Air X3, works as an emergency power bank.
Earbuds are 2019's flavour of in-ear phones and we have been spoilt for choice with so many offerings. I have reviewed a few here and when offered Riversong's Air X3, I was resigned to groping for something new to write about. I was wrong.
The charging case shaped like a large pebble, includes a rechargeable 2000 mAh battery that, thanks to a USB port, doubles as an emergency power bank to charge your phone. Cool!
Once paired to the app, the buds can sync your calls, play or pause your music, all with a single multi function button which takes some getting used to since you need to remember how many presses are needed to do what.
Once you have mastered this, it's a cinch -- and yes, the sound is good too. The MRP is Rs 5999, but at the currently discounted price of Rs 3399 on Amazon, the Air X3 is a steal.