Google announced the Pixel Buds Pro. These wireless earplugs have active noise cancellation and multi-point Bluetooth technology. Pixel Buds Pro will be released on July 28 at a suggested retail price of €219.
Availability of Google Pixel Buds Pro In its own words a six-core audio chip runs on it algorithms for active noise cancellation and other things. In addition to active noise reduction, the earplugs also have a transparency mode. The equalizer function changes the equalizer settings based on the volume level, so that the audio profile remains balanced. For example, at a low volume, the bass is raised. Later this year, there should also be a mode for spatial sound Follow “Compatible Pixel Phones”.
The sides of the earbuds support touch controls to play and pause music, skip songs, adjust volume, and enable features like active noise cancellation. Earplugs also receive support for voice commands using the Google Assistant.
The manufacturer also claims that it adds additional features for wearing comfort. Pixel Buds Pro have sensors that “measure pressure in the ear canal so that the earbuds can effectively relieve it,” the manufacturer claims. In addition, the noise canceling effect should be improved by using the Silent Seal function. The company offers three different sizes of silicone earmuffs.
According to Google, the earbuds last up to seven hours with active noise canceling, or up to 11 hours without noise canceling. Pixel Buds Pro get IPX4 water resistance certification. With the charging case is IPX2. Google also mentions support for multiple Bluetooth hotspots, allowing them to connect to multiple devices at the same time.
The earplugs can be pre-ordered from July 21 and the official release will follow a week later. Google offers four different types of colors: black, blue, green, and red. Suggested retail price of €219 is listed on the German Google Store. Earplugs are not on Google’s Dutch online store; Presumably, earplugs will not be officially coming to Benelux, just like Pixel smartphones.
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