Motorola Moto Buds 600 ANC, a new pair of truly wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds can now be purchased separately by customers, the company announced on Wednesday. These earphones were previously available as part of the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion package in the US. Even though Motorola is best known for its smartphones, the Lenovo-owned company has dabbled in sound technology and products such as earbuds, headphones, and wireless speakers. Motorola Sound already has a decent portfolio aimed at various price segments. The new TWS earphones is an upgrade from the company’s previous model, and are claimed to provide better sound clarity and call quality, along with support for active noise cancellation.
According to the company, the Moto Buds 600 ANC is priced at $149.99 (roughly Rs 12,400) in the US. The TWS earbuds were previously available as part of the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion package. Customers will be able to select one of two colours: Winetasting and Jet Black. Motorola is yet to announce details of availability of the earbuds in India.
The earbuds are designed with a stem and slightly slanted pods on top. They are equipped with silicone ear tips to ensure that active noise cancellation works properly. The charging case has an oval shape with rounded edges. It resembles a box of face powder. A physical button can be found in the centre of the vacant space on one side of the charging case. This button activates the pairing mode on the earbuds.
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