Review: Motorola H15 Bluetooth Headset
If you’re in the market to pick up a new Bluetooth headset for your Android phone, I recommend the Motorola Pure H15 from the AndroidGuys Store. I recently spent some time with the device and found it to be rather impressive. The CrystalTalk technology works exactly as I would have hoped, cleaning up background noise and making the person on the other end sound much clearer. It’s a lot like how the second (or third) microphone works on many Android phones.
The ear hook is thin and flexible yet it’s surprisingly strong. I was able to fit it around eyeglasses and flip it from ear to ear without any hassles. I typically don’t mess with Bluetooth headsets but the Pure H15 is one that I would pick back up. Most of the high end headsets look a tad too “chic” for me and often end up too small. Like most Bluetooth headsets, the front features the call button with a volume rocker on the spine. The indicator light is also found on the side , which might be confusing or off-putting for some. Personally, I could care less. Once the headset is on, I can’t see the indicator, regardless of location.
I enjoyed the fact that the Motorola was somewhat bulkier without feeling like a nuisance. For those who cared about exact figures, the H15 measures 1.54 inches long by 0.94 inch wide by 0.47 inch thick.
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