Nokia Mobile’s GO Earbuds+ pass FCC

Late last month a bunch of new Nokia-branded audio devices were spotted at Bluetooth SIG getting certificates. Most of the device were listed under Binatone Electronics International Limited, which seems to be a new contracted manufacturer for HMD Global.

The Nokia GO Earbuds+ (TWS-201) headphones just passed the FCC certification with HMD Global being listed as the applicant. The certificate shows the manual and photos, so we can see that the earbuds will support charging via USB Type C and that in general they look ok.

As our reader Helen mentioned in the article where we saw the earbuds passing BT SIG, Binatone has a good reputation as it manufactures Motorola-branded earbuds and was once known for solid TV gaming consoles.

We don’t know when the new earbuds will be announced, but maybe we could see them together with the rumored Nokia X70 or Nokia X60. Usually devices pass BT SIG and FCC weeks, maybe month before announcement, so by the end of the summer we might see new Nokia Earbuds.

Source: FCC