With the sense of style,
Google’s new wireless earbuds resemble their predecessor, with a few key differences. The Pixel Buds Pro comes with some new features that make it a worthy addition to the Pixel lineup. The earbud was built with Google’s full range of Pixel devices in mind, as well as other Android devices, and it comes packed with all the helpfulness and smarts you’d expect from Google.
Here’s everything that you need to know about the Pixel Buds Pro.
Google is introducing a new pair of wireless earbuds under the Pixel brand. They come in four colors:
They will have a larger body than before, and the ear-tips are traditional silicone options as well as several different sizes so that you can get the perfect fit.
The finish is a soft matte finish that will help to keep these buds feeling comfortable on your skin.
They’re rated to IPX4, so they’ll be able to keep sweat from workouts and some wet weather away—though not full submersion like IPX7. The charging case is rated to IPX2 [so water falling on it will not damage it] with three ear-tip sizes available for finding the best fit. On the outside, you can find Google’s “G” logo.
Active Noise Cancellation:
Google’s Pixel Buds Pro feature ‘Active Noise Cancellation with Silent Seal.’ This means there is an ANC feature and then there is a Silent Seal feature which adapts the earbuds to the shape of your ear to give you a maximum block of an external sound block.
There’s a built-in sensor that will measure pressure in your ear canal, so you can listen to your music for longer without discomfort. And, if you need to be aware of your surroundings, there’s Transparency mode. Transparency mode lets ambient noise in so you can hear what’s going on around you.
Don’t get caught fumbling around with Bluetooth menus when you need to switch your earbuds from your laptop to your smartphone. With Multipoint Bluetooth Connectivity, Pixel Buds Pro can automatically switch between your previously paired devices.
The Pixel Buds Pro’s case is IPX2 water-resistant, while its earbuds boast an IPX4 water-resistance rating. This means they are more than capable of enduring sweaty workouts without any problem.
You shouldn’t have any issues if you get caught in the rain with them, but try to keep them away from pools and oceans—just in case.
The Pixel Buds Pro are Google-made wireless earbuds with the Google Assistant built-in, which can help you get to where you’re going by telling you walking directions or performing instant translations into 40 languages. Just say “Hey Google“
Price & Availability:
From July 21, 2022, Google announced that their new wireless earbuds—the Pixel Buds Pro will be available for pre-order, and will cost $199. The first units will be shipped on July 28.
Well, I guess it’s going to be a competition between Google Pixel Buds Pro & Apple AirPods Pro 2.