Motorola officially launches Moto Buds and Buds+ wireless headphones

Motorola officially launches Moto Buds and Buds+ wireless headphones

Motorola has officially introduced two new models of wireless headphones – Moto Buds and Moto Buds+, which are equipped with 12.4 mm dynamic coils for clear sound reproduction. Despite the identical design, the key difference is the noise-canceling technology and additional functionality. Evan Blass has previously written about these headphones, read our article here.

Moto Buds is a budget option priced at 59 euros (approximately $63). A single charge provides up to 9 hours of listening time, and a convenient 10-minute fast charge provides an additional 2 hours of playback. The colors available are blue, glacier blue, coral peach, and kiwi green.

For users looking for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Moto Buds+ is a step up, priced at €129 (approximately $160). Developed in collaboration with Bose, Moto Buds+ effectively reduce unwanted background noise. In addition, these headphones are compatible with Dolby panoramic sound effects on Motorola phones, offering an immersive experience.

For greater adaptability, Moto Buds+ have an active adaptive mode that adjusts noise cancellation based on the environment, as well as a transparency mode that allows you to hear ambient sounds when you need to. The Moto Buds+ headphones have a battery life of 8 hours without recharging, and a 10-minute fast charge provides 3 hours of playback. Like Moto Buds, Moto Buds+ are available in a variety of colors: blue, glacier, coral peach, and kiwi green. Are you eager to try them out, or will they go unnoticed?


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