Motorola and UK retailer Argos have suddenly announced the new true wireless headphones called Motorola Stream, priced at £79.99 – approximately $105. Pretty sure that Motorola has not introduced or launched the product before.
In fact, Stream was created by a company called Binatone, and Motorola granted the right to use its own brand. Currently, Motorola Stream is only sold in the UK, while US users still have to wait about one month. Motorola Stream is basically true wireless headphones with two earbuds separately as AirPods or Samsung IconX Gear.
According to the description on its official website, Moto Stream can be compatible with Siri and Google Now to accept your voice commands for various tasks such as make or receive calls through two microphones. It packs 6mm drivers and IPX4 standard certifications to protects against water and dust.
Motorola Stream is powered by LiPo battery which offers only 2 hours of usage per charge, but, it comes with a separate charger case, which provides an additional 4 hours of juice to your earbuds. Motorola Stream seems to be a good choice for those who need a portable headset, without any cords and can be used with virtual assistants, and in terms of sound quality, we can hardly expect high sound quality. There are also plenty of other options out there for users who lived US including QCY Q29, Syllable D900s, QCY Q26, and Bragi Dash.