New Delhi, July 26: South Korean tech giant Samsung on Thursday launched new wireless earbuds called "Gear IconX" with 4GB built-in storage, activity tracking capabilities and support for voice assistant Bixby for Rs 13,990 in India.

"Gear IconX" will enable users to make calls, send and receive message and listen to on board music playlists with touch controls, the company said in a statement.

"A lot of consumer insights have been incorporated in terms of design aesthetics, comfort and usability of these earbuds," said Aditya Babbar, General Manager, Mobile Business, Samsung India.

Music can be uploaded on the earbuds wirelessly or from the phones and PCs using a USB cable.

"Gear IconX" additionally comes with fast-charging and battery life of up to five hours of music streaming or seven hours of standalone music playback and its case works as a power bank for the earbuds for urgent charging.

The earbuds can be synced with the "pace setter" feature on Samsung's health platform allowing the users to choose from already existing activity programs including light walking and speed endurance to custom creating programs on their smartphone.

"Gear IconX" is available in black colour at major retail outlets, Samsung's online shop and Flipkart.



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New Delhi (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday expressed deep concern over the attack on former US president Donald Trump, and said violence has no place in politics and democracies.

Trump's campaign said that he was “doing well” after an assassination attempt at his election rally in Pennsylvania.

Modi said on X, "Deeply concerned by the attack on my friend, former President Donald Trump. Strongly condemn the incident. Violence has no place in politics and democracies. Wish him speedy recovery."

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the deceased, those injured and the American people, he added.

Trump was injured during his election rally when a suspected shooter fired multiple shots toward the stage from an elevated position outside of the rally venue in Butler, the US Secret Service said.