Moto Buds and Buds+ launched in India

Shruti Govil
Shruti Govil May 13, 2024
Updated 2024/05/13 at 2:13 PM

On Thursday, Motorola introduced the Moto Buds and Moto Buds+ TWS in India as part of its expansion into the wearable market. Motorola and Bose worked together to optimize the sound, ANC, and EQ settings of the Moto Buds+.

For lossless music, the Moto Buds+ have two dynamic drivers (11 mm and 6 mm). It has a 38-hour case battery backup in addition to up to 8 hours of playback without ANC on a single charge.

According to Motorola, it offers quick charging that can provide a backup of up to three hours in ten minutes. Wireless charging is also supported by the Moto Buds+.

The Moto Buds+ feature certified Hi-Res audio, head tracking, and Dolby Atmos.

The Buds+ have an ultrawide noise cancellation frequency range of up to 3.3 KHz and up to 46dB of noise cancellation. Additionally, it has a transparency mode and an adaptable mode.

The Moto Buds app allows for control over the earbuds. Splash protection for the Buds+ is rated IPX4.

A 12.4mm dynamic driver certified for Hi-Res audio is also present in the Moto Buds. Both an ultrawide noise canceling range of up to 4KHz and up to 50dB are offered.

Along with 42 hours of standby life, it also provides 2 hours of playback after a 10-minute charge. Furthermore, Buds promises up to nine hours of playback on a single battery.

Prices for the Moto Buds and Moto Buds+ are ₹9,999 and ₹4,999, respectively. On May 15 on Flipkart and the business website, both will go on sale.

The new earbuds from Motorola redefine on-the-go audio experiences with their Bose Sound and advanced audio features like Dolby Atmos, Dolby head tracking, Hi-Res Audio, and advanced noise control, all housed in a sleek, water-resistant design. T.M. Narasimhan, MD, Mobile Business Group – India, said as much.


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