VerveLife Motorola Earbuds Hit Amazon June 14th

Binatone is set to release two new wireless and two new wired (but all Bluetooth) earbuds tomorrow for sale, but images and details of these earbuds are already available for all to see. As available images show, these earbuds are branded with the Motorola logo but the company wasn't involved in either the designing or development process of these earbuds. The branding as such is a result of Binatone acquiring rights to design, develop and sell Motorola products late last year. While the wireless earbuds are named the VerveOnes and the VerveOnes+, the wired ones have been named VerveRider and VerveLoop+ and all of these are part of the company's VerveLife brand which also includes a VerveCam and VerveRetrieve GPS tracker.

Among the wired earbuds, VerveLoop+ costs $79 and features as much as 12 hours of battery life, IP57 certification and support for HD sound. These earbuds, which are connected by wires between them, are also sweat-proof and you will also find an extra pair of ear gels in the box just in case you happen to be an avid music listener. The VerveRider, which is slightly cheaper at $69, features a similar set of earbuds connected with each other through a wire, but also comes with a thin band which is meant to rest on your collar and provide support for the earbuds in case they slip off your ears. The band also carries playback controls and comes with an IP57 waterproof rating. Among the wireless earbuds, the VerveOnes are the less expensive model, costing $199 and featuring dual microphones for calls and stereo sound support. It works with both Android and iOS devices and supports both Google Now and Siri digital assistants and features a 12-hour battery life along with protective cases to keep it damage-free when you're not using it. The more expensive VerveOne+ costs $249, is completely water-proof and sweat-resistant and comes with a carrying case.

Back in February, a number of VerveLife accessories were displayed at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. These were a pair of water-resistant Bluetooth headphones named VerveLoop, wireless earbuds VerveOnes and VerveOnes+ that will release tomorrow, a portable video camera named VerveCam and a GPS tracker named VerveRetrieve. While the VerveCam came with an impressive 138-degree field of view, could shoot 2.5K videos at 30 frames per second and could live stream videos on YouTube, the VerveRetrieve GPS tracker was meant to help you find your lost pets and boasted an IP67 water-proof certification as well. To use all VerveLife accessories with your Android phone or iPhone, you will need to download an app named Hubble which is available for free in both app stores.

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