Motorola Sphere+ 2-in-1 Bluetooth Speaker with Over-Ear Headphones launched in India

Motorola has launched Motorola Sphere+ Bluetooth Speaker with integrated Bluetooth headphones in India. The speaker offers 2 x 8W (16W) watts of power and bass porting for a deep, rich listening experience. You can dock the headphones on the speaker base to charge, while transitioning seamlessly from one to the other so the music never stops.

The Sphere+ has built-in speakerphone so that users can take calls either through the speaker or the headphones that comes with touch control on the ear pads.

Highlights of Motorola Sphere+

  • Balanced sound at any volume, with superb noise isolation.
  • Wireless freedom, with easy Bluetooth Connectivity aided with Voice prompts. Upto to 20 hours of playtime, 60ft range, and compatible with Siri and Google Now.
  • In built mic for calls for hands-free calling
  • Comfortable On-ear design
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.1, 3.5mm AUX
  • 2 x 8w powerful speakers
  • Noise isolation blocks out unwanted background noise
  •  Full room broadcasting speaker
  • Integrated multipoint technology to connect two devices at once
  • Lightweight and foldable design headphone
  • Powerful 40mm oversized drivers of headphones to provide superb bass-driven sound
  • Support 3.5mm audio jack AUX
  • Overcharge, over-voltage and overheating protection circuit
  • A2DP 1.3, HFP 1.6, HSP 1.2, AVRCP 1.5, SPP 1.5
  • Standby Time: 200 hours
  • Touch Control buttons: Volume +/-, Play/Play, Call Answer, Call End
  • Built-in speakerphone for taking calls either through Sphere or the headphones that come with touch control on ear pads.
  • Easily switch between the speaker and headphones seamlessly and when the headphones are back on the speaker, they automatically start recharging.

The Motorola Sphere+ comes in Black and White colors, is priced at Rs. 12,999 and is available from retail stores.

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