Microsoft Surface Earbuds listed on FCC’s website

Microsoft announced that Surface Earbuds with responsive touch features and more. But after Microsoft announced that Surface Earbuds had been put off, new information suggests that Surface Earbuds release got postponed.

The FCC has now released documents and pictures containing the upcoming Microsoft’s Surface Earbuds.

According to the list, the FCC certified Surface Earbuds in January 2020, and the image of Surface Earbuds was released in March. The picture shown is a white color variant that measures 25mm x 25mm x 19.9mm and it has not changed significantly in its design.

Microsoft Surface Earbuds listed on FCC's website
Microsoft Surface Earbuds listed on FCC’s website

It is reported that Microsoft’s Surface Earbuds wireless headset sits stereo, directed dual-array microphones, and a charging case that provides 24 hours of battery life. Each earbud has a touch sensor that supports sliding and clicking, pairing devices with a single click, double-click answering calls, and supporting Office dictation.

In terms of battery life, Microsoft says Surface Earbuds has a total 24-hour battery life, the headset offers eight hours of battery life alone, and the headset case battery can charge the headset twice.

In terms of sound effects, foreign media editors say the sound is surprisingly good. Rock songs, acoustic strings, the details and atmosphere of live band concert music can be clearly heard. Surface Earbuds expected to be priced around $249 with 24 hours of battery life.

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