Back in last year, the Mountain View company Google unveiled its new range of hardware products at the Made by Google event that includes the new Google Pixel Buds which is wearable. But at that time the device was at the stage of the prototype, now the company is gearing up to launch it in the market as it passes through the needful certification process.
The new Pixel Buds appeared on a new Bluetooth Certification listing, and it shows two model numbers in the listing: G1007 and G1008. Well, there is no clarification about the two models but we expect that the company may unveil two variants of the device.
Speaking about the listing, it reveals that the device will support Bluetooth 5.0. If you are unaware about the upcoming Google wearable then you can read the complete the details below.
Its a truly 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 an adaptive sound feature that 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 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 resistance as well. It’s claimed to give 5 hours of music playback while 24 hours stand-by.
So, let’s wait for the official launching of the device in the market and share your thoughts about the same in the comments section below!
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