- Google finally makes available its new wearable.
- It is available via Google Store and other popular stores in the United States.
- The device was announced in last year.
Back in October last year, Google unveiled its new wearable called Google Pixel Buds along with the other popular products including the Pixel 4 smartphones and now after 6 months the company finally makes it available for the general users. Google will sell the device in four colour choices and it will be available through the official store along with the other popular stores in the United States. Before we get into the pricing and availability information, let’s recap to the product and you guys can check out the complete specification details below.
Everything about Google Pixel Buds
Starting off with the design, this true wireless earphone has a very clean design, similar to any other earbud. The buds are very lightweight, and the design language is also very simple and minimal. There’s nothing fancy here. A small hook is also here, which helps to fit the buds perfectly into different ear sizes. The charging case is in oval shape but looks similar to Apple AirPod’s case. The connectivity range via Bluetooth is very good here, as it can be still connected while being away from the smartphone. These Pixel Buds have adaptive sound feature which changes the volume level based in the environment around.
One mic on each bud is located to give more clear voice while reducing background noise. Furthermore, a voice accelerometer helps to boost the user’s voice by sensing the vibration of Jawbones. Older features like always-on Google Assistant, music control, and live translation are also present here. These Pixel buds are water and sweat resistant as well. It’s claimed to give 5 hours of music playback while 24 hours stand-by. Any device with Bluetooth 4.0+ can connect with it. It will have Almost Black, Just White, Oh So Orange, and Quite Mint colour options.
Regarding the pricing and availability details, the wearable is priced at $179, and the same will available through the Google Store, Best Buy, Target (in May), Walmart, and at US carriers: AT&T, U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile, and Verizon.