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FCC leak shows Skullcandy’s first truly wireless earbuds

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Skullcandy is a pioneer of sound, create awesome speakers and headphones that have taken the audio experience to the next level for many a music lover. Well, it now appears that the company is making an attempt to keep up with the times, and is set to launch its first truly wireless earbuds.

No, Skullcandy has not made any official announcements as of yet. However, a FCC leak has furnished us with all the details regarding the Skullcandy Push earbuds, which as of yet, remain unannounced by the company.

As per the FCC filing for the device which was made today, each of the earbuds has a large button on the side — hence the name — and among other things, the button can be used to change volume, switch songs, and call upon a smart assistant.

The earbuds turn on automatically when you  take them out of the charging case, and shut down when you put them back. This is a useful feature and may prove a better way to keep you earbuds from getting lost than all those ugly wires that removed the “wireless” from wireless headphones.

Interestingly, it seems like the charging case juices up over USB-C, which is pretty rare, and should certainly offer some benefits such as faster charging perhaps? Unfortunately, we still do not know some of the nitty-gritty details such as battery life, charging case backup, and playback time, but with so much of the information out in the public, it is only a matter of time before Skullcandy launches its earbuds out in the open.

Until then, you can read up more about the Skullcandy push, and take a call between purchasing Apple’s Airpods, or waiting for the Skullcandy Push to hit the markets. Know more straight from the earbuds’ instructional manual, which was also leaked post the FCC filing.