Motorola’s Verve Buds 200 True Wireless Bluetooth Headset is the Latest entry-level TWS headset in the Verve Buds family, priced at the latest entry-level TWS headset, which can skip, paused, left and right ear bud used alone, summons Siri, and comes with Motorola’s Crystal technology. 52audio did a teardown of the Motorola Verve Buds 200 and take a look.
I. Motorola Verve Buds 200 True Wireless Bluetooth Headset Out of The Box
The front of the package is transparent, from the outside can be directly visible the headset body, the headset below is a male model sports product display.
Above the back of the package is a display of female model products, below with a multi-language text marked: true wireless sports headphones with a neck band.
Packageside product features: with the charging box for up to 10 hours, IPX5 level waterproof, rich stereo, compatible with Amazon, Google, Apple voice assistant, including additional safety neck band, hands-free call microphone, Bluetooth 5.0.
Packing list: headphones, earplugs, silicone rings, charging cables, elastic ropes, instructions for use.
A close-up of the USB-A to Micro-USB charging cable.
Anti-silicone elastic rope close-up.
Silicone elastic rope sleeve on the headset can effectively avoid the loss caused by the headphone slip ear fall off.
The top of the charging case is embedded with Motorola’s glossy logo.
The bottom of the charging box is labeled with product information, model: Verve Buds 200BK, manufacturer: Heart Prayer Information Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., address: Shanghai Free Trade Pilot Zone Fangchun Road 400, 1 building, 3 floors, origin: Shenzhen, Guangdong.
Close-up of the Micro-USB charging port on the back of the charging case.
Four power indicators on the front of the charging box close-up.
The charging case is open at a glance.
52audio using the ChargerLAB POWER-Z KT001 for wired charging testing of the Motorola Verve Buds 200 with a charging current of 0.210A.
The headset and the charging case weigh 42.6g.
The charging case weighs 31.3g.
The left and right headphones weigh 11.5g.
A close-up of the charging case seat pin and positioning the boss.
Second, Motorola Verve Buds 200 true wireless Bluetooth headset disassembly
We separate the seat compartment of the charging case.
A close-up of the magnet inside the seat compartment for positioning the headset and closing the charging case.
The black rubber hood is sealed with glue and secured to the motherboard.
A close-up of the LED soft-light hood.
A close-up of the motherboard and the battery side.
A close-up of the motherboard and the battery on the other side.
Model SP08500 cylindrical lithium polymer battery close-up, capacity: 0.96Wh, 260mAh, voltage: 3.7V.
A close-up of a circular protective plate for a cylindrical battery.
A close-up of the LED black hood.
A close-up of the board LED.
A close-up of the charging pin on the motherboard.
Silkscreen 1608 80AG Hall element to detect lid opening and closing.
Shanghai Hainan Lin XT4054 500mA linear charging IC for the built-in battery charging.
Nanlin XT4054 Details.
The Micro-Sym ME2188 boost IC, which boosts the built-in battery to charge the headset.
Micro-Union ME2188 Details.
Non-standard microcontroller for power indication and headphone charging output control.
Let’s look at the headphones.
The headphone back cover of the Motorola logo close-up, the logo area is decorated with grooved circle, this part is a button, the outer perimeter has a dot array of rings.
One of the dots in the dot array hides an LED light, which is a small bright spot.
The headphones are a close-up of the sound hole, covered with a dust cover.
A close-up of the headset charging contacts.
A view of the overall structure inside the headset.
A close-up of the headphone head cavity, visible charging contacts, positioning magnets, speaker units.
A close-up of the headphone speaker.
Close-up of the battery and motherboard.
The headset back cover internal close-up, visible key button cap and microphone position.
The motherboard and battery are compared with the dollar coin.
SF651013 lithium polymer battery, capacity: 0.17Wh, voltage: 3.7V.
A close-up of the battery protection circuit.
A close-up of the front of the motherboard. The black plastic ring with an open seal is the Bluetooth antenna of the headset.
A close-up of the motherboard’s micro-touch keys.
A close-up of the motherboard’s two-color LED.
Laser MA41R113 call silicon wheat.
AIROHA AB1524 Bluetooth Audio SoC, Bluetooth antenna is fixed to the PCB via PCB opening.
Motorola Verve Buds 200 disassembles family photo.
The Motorola Verve Buds 200 is simple in appearance, with a skin-friendly material and comfortable to wear, and the headphones are tightly sealed and effectively waterproof. The internal sound cavity is large, which guarantees the breadth of the sound field, equipped with 6mm motion ring unit, and the three-tone is more balanced. The headset is equipped with a 1524 Bluetooth audio SoC, supports Bluetooth 5.0, wireless connectivity is more secure.