With the Apple Earpods making a debut in 2017, Motorola too has launched its wireless earbuds, Motorola Verveones, making its debut first in United Kingdom. The 1970s saw the emergence of the monster sized earphones but with time these headphones began to shrink in size and in the present time wireless earbuds are being used.
The Motorola earbuds do not feature heart rate monitoring and fitness tracking. They are all about the audio. The pros include good charging case, secure fit as well as consistent connection. It also provides upto 12 hours playtime with HD audio quality. There is no use of wires at any stage of use. The Bluetooth covers a range upto 33 feet and the device also includes dual integrated mics which helps to take calls without reaching out for our phone. One can also interact with Google and Siri. It comes with a transparent layer covered internal circuit to give it a waterproof and sweat-proof quality. The HZO protection enables this thus helping to protect the most important part of the device, the electronics part. The device also comes with a tube shape charging case that is small enough to fit in pocket.
Its cons include middling audio, high cost and absence of some features. It also does not support internal storage. The earbuds have buttons engraved in them and they cannot be used to control the volume of audio. They can only be used to pause, play, skip and stop tracks.
All in all these are not the worst but not the best as well. With the current competition, they’re far from being perfect.
Article by Saloni.