According to the latest report from Bloomberg it is clear that Amazon is planning to launch Alexa-enabled hearable. This is an effort by Amazon to enter the competitive market to beat its major rivals like Apple Airpods and Samsung Galaxy Buds. After the successful launch of its voice based Amazon Alexa app this is another great step by the company to tap the market. This initiative by the company shows it’s aspirations to capture the market with compatible products.
Amazon’s voice based assistant Alexa provides various services to the customers on their phone. That includes calling someone, weather information, controlling smart home, playing your favourite music and many other services. At present Amazon has been relied on Apple and Google for these things to happen as there are Alexa-enabled devices for both iOS and Android. To cut this reliability Amazon is planning to introduce wireless pair of earbuds that resembles to Airpods, Galaxy Buds and Google Pixel Buds.
This new report from the Bloomberg convey the message that Amazon is enthusiastic about the hearble market and planning to enter the game. With an eye on this thriving market Amazon is committed to launch the earbuds with better sound quality compared to its rivals like Apple and Samsung. However these earbuds won’t have a clip like the recently announced PowerBeats Pro but it hosts features such as touch controls to receive calls and switch between songs. This effort makes Amazons entry into the hearable segment and expands customers choices.
As the Alexa has made successful entry in the market, the Amazon is not stranger to the hearable market. However the full featured flagship device creates a positive environment. When it comes to price aspect, Amazon is planning to beat its competitors with affordable price range. Other notable things according to the Bloomberg report are that these earbuds will come with charging case that uses standard USB and offers Black and Grey color options. Still there is no official declaration about the launch date but most predictably these products may enter the market before the end of this year.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.