Motorola’s upcoming July 28 event is all over our thoughts this week, especially as we look to pick up any last-minute leaks helping to prepare our expectations for the company’s announcements. And while we’re certainly looking forward to a nice selection of smartphones, what about other mobile products? Despite how much we might like to see a new Moto 360, that’s still very much a long shot, but there’s one accessory that now definitely looks like it will be making an appearance, as a newly revised Moto Hint wireless earbud make an early debut.

It may look just like the first Moto Hint, but as a listing on Best Buy’s website confirms, this is a new version, with a new model number attached. Despite appearances, Motorola does seem to have made some real changes with this new hardware, beefing-up battery lifetime to offer an extra seven hours on a charge (with its charging case). Sound quality has also reportedly been improved, as has the earbud’s fit.

We seem to be looking at a new price for the second-gen Moto Hint, and instead of the $150 the original went for, Best Buy has this new one for more like $130. And though Motorola itself doesn’t appear to have formally introduced the new Hint, it sure is putting the original on fire sale, letting it go for just $80.

Expect to learn even more about the new Moto Hint when you check back with Pocketnow for coverage of Motorola’s July 28 announcements.


Source: Best Buy, Josue Joseph (Google+)
Via: Phandroid

You May Also Like

Facebook may not integrate WhatsApp and Instagram because of the FCC

It seems that Facebook may soon start its WhatsApp, Instagram, and Messenger integration, but the Federal Trade Commission may want to think otherwise

US and China could’ve reached a trade deal that avoids Apple tariffs

We may soon see the end of the trade war between China and the United States, and Apple is the first company to receive benefits
OPPO flagship

OPPO working on developing its own mobile chip

OPPO is allegedly developing its own mobile chip, dubbed the M1, which, according to reports, will be an auxiliary processor.