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Microsoft's Surface Earbuds pass through FCC with new images

Surface Earbuds Fcc
Surface Earbuds Fcc (Image credit: Microsoft)

What you need to know

  • The Surface Earbuds appear in a recent FCC filing.
  • The Surface Earbuds could launch this Spring.
  • Other Surface devices also appeared in FCC filings recently.

A recent FCC filing for the Surface Earbuds could indicate that the headphones are close to launching (via Windows Latest). The filing shows off the Surface Earbuds from several different angles alongside a tape measure. It was originally submitted on January 22, 2020, and became available on March 30, 2020.

We've already seen the Surface Earbuds up close and have followed their delay to this Spring, so the filing doesn't show new information. Though, the tape measure does make it easy to see how big they are, which is roughly 25mm x 25mm x 20 mm. The filing is interesting because it lines up with other FCC filings for Surface devices. These filings being spotted and appearing could indicate that the devices are just around the corner.

The Surface Earbuds are built to deliver high-quality sound through Omnisonic speakers. They have haptic feedback, swipe gestures, a dual-microphone array, and a USB-C charging case. When used with the charging case, the Surface Earbuds can get up to 24 hours of battery life, according to Microsoft. The Surface Earbuds also integrate with Office 365, including support for gestures, dictation, and translation features.

Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com.

5 Comments
  • I want them.
    Now, can we please also see the Duo get through FCC so I can buy them in a bundle?
  • ditto. only thing missing now is a Microsoft branded smartwatch...
  • I want Neo!
  • Have to wait until next year...
  • Next year, also known as "never"in Microsoft speak. These projects have been pivoted and delayed so many times, it is only a matter of time before they cancel them. Microsoft can't ship anything these days unless Google does the majority of the software.