Google Pixel Buds A-Series Accidentally Revealed Ahead of Launch

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Google Pixel Buds A-Sequence true wi-fi stereo (TWS) earphones have as soon as once more surfaced on the Web, this time in a tweet by an organization official account, as per a report. The tweet, which is now deleted, confirmed that the Pixel Buds A-Sequence have an identical design because the Pixel Buds that are at present out there within the US. The earbuds have been beforehand noticed in an e mail containing a promotional slide of Nest merchandise, and likewise surfaced on the US Federal Communications Fee (FCC) web site.

As per the tweet (archived) by Android, the account that Google makes use of to advertise new options within the Android working system or Google providers, the “Pixel Buds A-Sequence” presents Quick Pair expertise for fast Bluetooth pairing. The tweet, spotted by XDA Builders, additionally highlighted that these earphones shall be suitable with all Android smartphones working on Android 6.zero and above.

As talked about, this isn’t the primary time that these inexpensive earphones have been leaked on the Web. The latest improvement on this regard was earlier this month when Google Nest customers reportedly obtained an e mail during which a promotional slide showcased varied Nest merchandise in addition to a small picture of TWS earphones having darkish inexperienced parts. Google already offers Pixel Buds in a Fairly Mint color choice within the US, however it has Black accents. The inexperienced in these earphones – now just about confirmed to be the Pixel A-Sequence – is way darker than the Fairly Mint Pixel Buds.

Moreover, two TWS earphones with mannequin numbers GPQY2 and G7YPJ, believed to be of Google Pixel Buds A-Sequence, have been noticed on the FCC web site (via 9to5Google). The itemizing says that the machine is provided with Bluetooth v5.2 and measures 27x20x15 mm, which is analogous to the Pixel Buds available within the US.


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