Motorola has unveiled its latest MOTOROKR S305 stereo wireless headset. Like others, they use the standard A2DP Bluetooth profile for connection with compatible devices and the reception of a stereo signal with the controls. The 30mm unit (about 1.2 inches) for each of the headphones are relatively large and deliver a broader range of music, offering on one of the outer decks the controls for the navigation of the tracks, volume controls and calls.
The headset allows users to make phone calls and the music that stops when a call comes in automatically resumes when the call finish. Motorola says that the MOTOROKR S305 is compatible with more than 200 Bluetooth phones.
They come with an integrated lithium-ion battery that offers 6.5 hours of talk time, 6 hours of music playback and 100 hours of standby time.
There is still no information on the price, but the MOTOROKR S305 headphones will be available in early April.