Motorola Launches Moto Buds+ with Bose Audio and Extended Battery Life

Motorola has made a significant stride in the audio market with the launch of its new Moto Buds+. Priced at $129, these earbuds deliver high-quality Bose audio and boast an impressive battery life.

Motorola announced the launch of two new pairs of earbuds today, the Moto Buds and Moto Buds+. Both models feature active noise cancellation and extended battery life. However, only the Moto Buds+ will be available in the United States.

The Moto Buds+ are equipped with sound tuned by Bose, pairing active noise cancellation (ANC) with high-quality audio. The earbuds also feature Dynamic Active Noise Cancellation and an “Active Adaptive Mode,” which adjusts the ANC based on the user’s surroundings.

Motorola has incorporated dual dynamic drivers in the Moto Buds+, professionally tuned to deliver crisper vocals and deep, dynamic bass. This results in a clear and intense listening experience. Users can enjoy studio-quality music with Hi-Res Audio, which captures audio at a wider range and with three times more detail on Hi-Res Audio streaming apps.

The Moto Buds+ are also compatible with Dolby® Head Tracking when paired with the latest family of Motorola Edge Dolby Atmos® powered smartphones, such as the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra and Edge 50 Pro. This feature recalibrates the sound as the user moves their head, providing a more natural and lifelike listening experience.

Motorola claims that the battery life of the Moto Buds+ is impressive, with 8 hours of playtime from the earbuds themselves and up to 38 hours total, including the case. The case also supports wireless charging, adding to the convenience factor.

The Moto Buds+ are available for purchase in the US starting today at for $129. The earbuds are also launching in Canada, Europe, and other regions today.

With the launch of the Moto Buds+, Motorola is set to make a significant impact in the audio market, offering high-quality sound and impressive battery life at a competitive price point.

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