THE Anatel certified headphones Moto Buds 600, which can now be sold in Brazil. The phone has active noise cancellation (ANC) and should succeed the Moto Vervebuds 500.
The product was approved at the request of the company Blue Tech Innovation. The manufacturer is Meizhou Guo Wei Electronics, which will use the Dongguan HANK Electronics manufacturing unit, in China, to assemble the Moto Buds 600🇧🇷
Moto Buds 600 has not yet been presented
O Moto Buds 600 is a headset that has not yet been released (nor leaked) in any vehicle, indicating that it is a new product to be marketed under the brand Motorola🇧🇷 Approval came out on Monday (21), the same date on which the product was approved by the FCC.
Homologation in Brazil does not pass much information about the hardware of the Moto Buds 600. The name under which it will be sold reveals that he will have ANCsomething present in intermediate and premium earbuds🇧🇷 At the Moto Vervebuds 500possible predecessor of the new phone, the ANC feature was “ok” for its category — the real problem was the price.
In the manual published by the FCC, it is informed that the Moto Buds 600 it has a battery for 7 hours of use — and 36 hours of standby time. Already in the Brazilian manual, revealed that the phone will support Google’s voice assistants and Siri, in addition to support for multipoint connection. The format of Moto Buds 600 it’s not very similar to Moto Vervebuds 500but the “stem” of the phone maintains a large extension.
The new headset should arrive with three sizes of tips (rubbers). If he is indeed the successor of the vervebuds 500will be a downgrade in the product, as the 500 model arrived with five options of tips — enough to suit different ear sizes.