A couple of Google-branded Bluetooth headphones with Lively Noice Canceling (ANC) stopped off at the FCC lately. We didn’t know that Google had such an audio software in the works, however the submitting doesn’t in reality cling anything else again. In reality, we now have complete pictures, a consumer guide, and so on.
The software is indexed underneath FCC ID A4R-S0012B30GGU0H and with a style selection of GID5B. A4R is Google’s FCC code, through the method, so those are certainly a Google product.
The ones IDs don’t tells us a ton, however we do know that those headphones have a 500mAh battery inside of, ANC Button, monitor and quantity buttons, and 3.5mm port. Additionally they function a microUSB port for charging, which is one thing. Umm, microUSB, in point of fact?
For my part, those headphones also are one in every of the ugliest pairs I’ve noticed in a while. Each and every can is a special color of black or gray, plus we have now needless Google circle trademarks surrounding energy icons on each.
Tricky to mention if those are coming quickly or if Google is simply messing round and developing hardware to stay the FCC on their feet. Perhaps we’ll know at I/O in a few weeks?