Google Pixel Buds A-Series are the most awaited TWS earbuds that the company has been teasing for a very long time. The device has been leaked several times in fact the company also accidentally leaked not once but many times to create hype among the fans. And today Google has officially presented its new Truly Wireless earbuds – Google Pixel Buds A-Series in the market. This is the company’s most affordable TWS earphones to have ever launched by them.
Google Pixel Buds A-Series price and availability
Google Pixel Buds A-Series has been launched with a price tag of $99 that translates to Rs 7,200. The audio device will be available in two different shades of Clearly White and Dark Olive. These are currently available for Pre-orders in the US and well Canada while the shipping will begin from June 17.
As of now, Google has not shared details about the international availability of its Truly Wireless earbuds. However, with the launch, the company is looking to go after Samsung’s Galaxy Buds and Apple AirPods.
Google Pixel Buds A-Series specifications and features
Google Pixel Buds A-Series comes with a similar form factor as its predecessor. It features a flush-to-ear design and a stabilizer arc so that the earbuds stay in place and create a gentle seal for amazing sound. You can control them with a tap as there are touch-enabled to answer calls, play, pause,
and skip between tracks easily. Additionally, the earphones also have a hands-free feature with Google Assistant support along with real-time translations, or notifications.
The TWS earphones come with custom-designed 12mm dynamic speaker drivers to deliver powerful bass and crisp highs. It supports Adaptive Sound that adjusts the volume to fit your surroundings.
The earbuds have a water protection rating of IPx4 whereas the charging case is not water or sweat resistant. Transcribe Mode translates from English to Spanish, German, French, and Italian. Google Pixel Buds A-Series comes with fast Pair technology for quick Bluetooth pairing and will be compatible with Android smartphones running on Android 6.0 and above. The Find my Device functionality lets you find the lost earbuds by ringing the earphones at a gradually increasing volume. However, to locate them requires them to be nearby and connected to your device.
The Earphones offer up to 5 hours of listening time or 2.5 hours of talk time on a single charge and listen for up to 24 hours with the charging case.
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