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Motorola Launched Two New Earbuds In Market Named Moto Buds Plus And Moto Buds

Motorola has finally launched the much-awaited Moto Buds, and Moto Buds Plus in the market. These earbuds from the company come with impressive design, Hi-Res Audio, advanced noise control, a multiple mic system, water-resistant body. Let’s get to know about them in detail.

Moto Buds Plus specifications

The company has co-developed the Moto Buds Plus with the hi-fi Bose. It comes with Dynamic Active Noise Cancellation capabilities and is equipped with dual dynamic drivers for clear vocals and deep bass. For an enhanced listening experience it comes with Dolby Atmos support and Dolby Head Tracking that calibrates the direction from which the sound comes as we move our head. For clear calls, it comes with a triple mic system with noise cancellation and ambient noise suppression. It has also got Motorola “CrystalTalk AI” which uses an algorithm to mitigate noise caused by windy situations. The company teamed up with Bose which brings Bose’s expertise incorporated into Buds’ EQ tuning, and ANC. As far as battery life is concerned it is promised to work for up to eight hours when ANC is disabled and in that case, it gets a life of up to 38 long hours. It is promised to work for up to three hours with just ten minutes of charge.

Moto Buds Specification

The Moto Buds comes with a 12.4mm dynamic driver and comes with features like Active Noise Cancellation and transparency mode. Unlike the Moto Buds Plus, the Moto Buds does not come with the Bose or Dolby Atmos but does come with the Hi-Res Audio certification which is indeed a promise for an impressive listening experience. For clear calls, it comes with three sets of mics, CrystalTalk AI. Now coming on to the battery these earbuds are said to work for up to nine hours when fully charged and 42 hours with case. It can work for up to two hours with just 10 minutes of quick charge.

Price and availability

Motorola Buds Plus is being sold in select markets across Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, and Oceania at the price of $130, and in Canada, it will cost $179.99(Canadian). The Moto Buds will be sold in the upcoming days at the price of $68(Approx. 59 Euros).

Source Motorola

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