When Google introduces, the second-generation Pixel Buds, the masses were impressed by its impressive performance. In fact, these truly wireless earbuds starts knowing for providing enhanced sound quality along with hands-free Google Assistant voice controls.
While Google has made amazing progress, there are certain flaws that leave these buds behind the competition. Although people are still waiting for an improved version, Google was all set to surprise them. Unfortunately, this surprise reveals before it gets on the shelves.
Google accidentally revealed an image of its upcoming dark green colored ‘Pixel BudsPixel Buds A- The Next Google’s Earbuds leaked Accidentally via Email A’ variant.
Pixel Buds A- What’s New?
According to 9to5Google sources, Google sent a mass email to its Nest mailing list, including the name and small image of these upcoming Pixel Buds A. These buds accompanies a companion case and closed to the original design.
The reports further say that these Buds’ roles can be quite similar to the audio products line of the Google Pixel A series for its smartphone. Also, it that these earbuds would be an entry-level variant to the Pixel Buds. The small image leaked gave a complete glance of these earbuds, including wingtips and charging case.
Moreover, the email also has some new features coming to other Google devices. The report also stated that there could be a white variant of these buds with an external charging indicator on the top. The green-colored Pixel Buds A is much darker than Quite Mind. In fact, it is closer to a forest green than greenish-blue.
When it comes to aesthetic design, the Buds A are quite similar to the Pixel Buds design. While Pixel Buds are available in Black accents, Buds A is available in an all-white design similar to Apple AirPods. However, the forest green option can also be accessible as an alternative. Odds are, the Buds A can offer touch controls for accessing Google Assistant or controlling media. It is still unclear which feature can increase its price.
Wrapping the post
The subject line of the email was” Your Nest Device just got an Upgrade.” The aim of this message was to make users aware of the upcoming features of the Nest Hub. It includes easier smart device control, photo sharing by voice, and an Apple TV app for Google TV Chromecast. The price has not been revealed yet, and we hope the announcement will come sooner.
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