Toward the finish of March, they only revealed about Google’s next wireless earbuds, and the first image leaked seven days after the fact. Google today reported the “Pixel Buds A-Series” on Twitter, however the uncover was entirely an accident.
The tweet from @Android was erased in the wake of being live for around 10 minutes and likely the result of accidental scheduling.
That social media post said the wireless headphones “have arrived” and promoted the as of late updated Fast Pair experience. There is, nonetheless, no join Made by Google declaration or Google Store retail posting.
They are officially referred to as the “Pixel Buds A-Series” in both the social media post and the attached image. The pair shown is predominantly white from the circular touch-sensitive dome to a light gray underside and stabilizer arc.
That secondary color is additionally utilized for within the pebble-shaped charging case, supplanting the black color utilized today on the second generation headphones. A Google marketing email has effectively revealed a forest green hue.
While they presently know the name of Google’s next headphones, very little else was acquired today. There is just an vague reference to “quality sound,” and it’s not satisfactory how they vary from the $179 pair accessible today. The “A” branding implies something reasonable like the Pixel 3a and 4a.
They recently saw proof that the swipe volume gesture may be taken out, and all things considered, other cost-cutting removals were made.