- The device features touch controls.
- It is coming with the 5 hours of battery life.
- You will also get an amazing sound quality.
The Mountain View company Google has launched its new truly wireless earphones in the market and that is Google Pixel Buds A which is coming with the affordable price tag and the device is coming with the amazing sound quality along with the decent battery life. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the newly announced wearable of the company.
Everything about Google Pixel Buds A
The device is designed to wear comfortably and the same will stay inside the ear even when the user doing the work out. It is also coming with three eartip sizes and the same offers Adaptive Sound which will automatically adjust the volume according to the surroundings.
Google Pixel Buds A supports touch controls and that means you guys can able to answer calls and control playback by simply tapping on the buds. You guys can able to wake up the Google Assistant by simply saying “Ok Google or Hey Google”. It can also provide a translation, the device can read out notifications to you.
The latest Google Pixel Buds A is coming with the capability to pair with a single tap to your Android device and the same also features IPX4 rating. The device is claimed to offer up to 5 hours of battery life and goes up to 24 hours with the charging case.
It will will never been misplaced because it comes with the ability to find with Find My Device. The earbuds will ring when the device is nearby or show their last known location on the map.
Speaking about the pricing and availability, the pre-order starting today and the shipping will start from June 17 and the device is coming with a price tag of $99. It will be available in two colour options – Clearly White and Dark Olive – with a glossy finish.
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