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Soundcore Liberty 4 is now available in PH!

Anker's Soundcore Liberty 4 TWS was announced back in October 2022 and it now officially arrives on the PH shores.
The box of the device
The box of the device

Soundcore Liberty 4 is now official in PH!

The brand officially launched the device earlier at the Flyweight Boxing Gym BGC, Taguig City.
The case when opened
The case when opened

To recap, the audio product uses a refined stemmed design and silicone ear tips to achieve long-lasting comfort based on the brand's claims.

It is enclosed on a sliding rounded compact charging case with color options of either Black or White.

Another interesting highlight will be its special in-ear heart rate sensor that allows users to record their heart rate during their workout sessions. It's worth noting the sensor is only present on the right earbud though and you may view the results on the Soundcore app.
The charging case
The charging case

For audio, while the driver size isn't mentioned, Soundcore says it uses what they call the "ACAA 3.0 Coaxial Acoustic system" to deliver high-quality sound. If you want further details for your music, you can opt to choose the LDAC Bluetooth codec apart from the usual AAC and SBC.

The Liberty 4 also has also many features embedded in the software such as spatial audio for an immersive listening experience, adaptive ANC, normal mode, and transparency mode.

The app can even advise you on to how properly wear the earbuds, customize EQ, touch controls, or update the firmware.

Soundcore promises it can deliver up to 9 hours of battery life without spatial audio or 5 hours if it's active. With the charging case included, it can get up to 28 hours while charging it for 15 minutes can provide juice for up to 3 hours. Fully charging will need 1 hour. This also supports Qi Wireless if you have it.

Price and availability

Soundcore Liberty 4 - PHP 9,995 (PHP 7,996 discounted price on Soundcore store - today only)

The TWS audio gear is now available in Official Soundcore Lazada, Shopee stores, and soundcore.ph and Anker retail stores.

Also, Anker highly suggests buying in official stores only to claim a warranty if in case something happens.

What do you guys think?

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