Motorola’s Buda 600 in-ear earphones were introduced alongside the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion, and the company is now launching an updated version of this on the market. The updates include active noise filtering, built-in Google Assistant and aptX codec with Snapdragon Sound support. The price of the earphones will be 149 dollars, the device will be available first on the American market via Amazon, there is no mention of international sales yet.
Motorola Moto Buds 600 ANC [+]
Moto Buds 600 ANC supports Google’s quick pairing, it has Bluetooth multipoint, according to the company, it can play music for six hours on a single charge, and the case has twenty hours of operating time. The carrying cradle can be recharged via USB-C or Qi charging. The earphones have IPX5 moisture resistance, so they can also be used for training.
The design is simple plastic and black, so the most attractive feature of the earphones is the Qualcomm aptX codec support, which enables 24-bit, 96 kHz audio transmission using Android phones.