Apr 27, 2017 03:24 AM EDT
Google's new set of Bluetooth on-ear headphones with active noise canceling features were spotted on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website. The FCC website reveals the details that the headphones will carry as seen in the user manual and clear photos hints the external design.
According to Liliputing, the headphones from the search engine tech giant spotted on FCC carries a model number GID5B and photos clearly show the Google logo located on both the left and right earcups. The headphones seen in the photos have power and ANC switches, a volume dial, and a microUSB port for charging instead of most liked USB Type-C port. The manual clearly states that the headphones will have an adjustable headband, an optional cable with in-line volume and a microphone for voice calls.
An anonymous tipster has shed some details to the Android Police with respect to the Google headphones found on FCC. It is tipped that the company issues headphones to a large number of its employees and further adds that the new headphones might serve the same purpose, but updates are made in terms of design and features in order to replace the phased out headsets which the employees are currently using.
It is reported that the Google Bluetooth on-ear headphones include a dynamic type of driver with 40mm diameter and 32Ohms impedance. The sensitivity features include Frequency range between 12Hz to 20KHz, ANC peak value greater than 25dB, and ANC bandwidth between 25Hz to 1 KHz.
The headset is reported to have a 600mAh battery and the headset carries a play time of 25 hours streaming without ANC, 16 hours with ANC on, and 10 hours at max volume level. The headphones carry an overall dimension of 195.5 mm x 170.5 mm x 94.5 mm.
Google is currently making the best products in the tech market and the so far released products such as the Google Pixel smartphones, Google WiFi and Google Home are at peak with respect to specifications and features. Google has not made any official statement yet on the new headphones. Stay tuned for more updates.
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