Google wireless headphones show up at the FCC
A set of headphones with the Google branding passed through the FCC website today as Google wireless headphones. This might seem to be a great news for many.
But after taking a look at the images leaked and the specifications of the headphones. The opinion will most probably change for the tech savvy people, check below why.
Google Wireless Headphones
The headphones, named ‘GID5B,’ definitely looks a bit odd. According to the user manual posted on the website, the GID5B headphones do have an adjustable headband, Bluetooth support, an optional cable with in-line volume and play/pause controls and a microphone for phone calls.
- Dynamic driver with a 40mm diameter and 32 Ohms impedance.
- Frequency range: 12Hz – 20 kHz
- ANC Peak value: >25dB
- ANC bandwidth: 25Hz – 1 kHz
- Battery capacity: 600 mAh
- Battery life: >25 hours BT streaming without ANC / > 16 hours with ANC on / > 10 hours at max volume level
- Dimensions: 195.5mm x 170.5mm x 94.5mm
In case you might be wondering why Google has to release such an uncompetitive product into the market, there is nothing to worry about. Google is not going to release these headphones to the general public.
These headphones are only for the Google employees, thanks to Androidpolice for the pic of the existing headphones that Google issues to its employees.