Google upcoming most affordable Pixel earbuds have been inadvertently leaked again by the company. Google Pixel Buds A have already been leaked on the web several times, but this time the company has mistakenly announced it through the microblogging platform Twitter. The post then was immediately deleted but a vigilant publisher was quick to catch sight of the social media post and took a screenshot.
First spotted by 9to5google, the Pixel Buds A-Series was accidentally revealed through an accidental post on Twitter. As per the publisher, the tweet was live on @Android for approximately 10 minutes and likely the result of accidental scheduling.
As per the post the Pixel Buds A-Series was announced and it read out that the wireless earphones “have arrived” Furthermore it said, “Enjoy one-tap Bluetooth pairing with the updated Fast Pair experience on #Android.”
It should be noted that Google’s upcoming true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones will have a similar form factor as the Pixel Buds which are limited to the US only. In addition to this, these will come with fast Pair technology for quick Bluetooth pairing and will be compatible with Android smartphones running on Android 6.0 and above.
In addition to this, the Fast Pair will be able to register all the connected Bluetooth accessories to your Google account. It will then sync to all your Android devices connected to that account. This feature works on Bluetooth Low Energy and your device’s location to locate a compatible Bluetooth device within its range. Moreover, the audio device is said to include the Find My Device feature too.
Also, this is not the first occasion when the affordable Pixel Buds A have been leaked through on the internet. Via an email push to Google Nest accounts revealed an image that also displayed the Google Pixel Buds A-Series along with Pixel 5, Nest Hub Max, “Subscriptions” shortcut. As per a report the email also consisted of the specs of the earphone along with a link to Google Store where the earbuds are listed under Accessories.
Besides this, two new Pixel Buds-like devices with model numbers, GPQY2 and G7YPJ were also spotted on the FCC website for certification in the past.
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