Google Could Be Working On New Pixel Buds
A few years ago, Google launched the first ever pair of Pixel Buds which were a pair of earphones that were wireless, but still connected via a cable. Google later followed up with its second-gen Pixel Buds that adopted the true wireless earphones design, and now it looks like we could be looking forward to a third-gen model.
Google’s Pixel Buds 2 Are Now Finally Available For Purchase
Back in October last year, Google unveiled the second-gen Pixel Buds which they referred to as the “new” Pixel Buds. It has been more than half a year since the device was announced, but the good news is that if you have been looking forward to getting your hands on the device, you’ll be pleased to learn that is now possible.
Google Gives Apple A Run For Their Money With The New Pixel Buds
When Google announced the original Pixel Buds, it felt like the company wasn’t quite ready to fully embrace true wireless earbuds. This is because if you recall, the OG Pixel Buds came with a cable that connected both earbuds together. However, it seems that Google has finally decided to cut the cord.
Google Improves Connectivity On Pixel Buds With Latest Update
Google is rolling out a new software update today for the Pixel Buds. The headphones provided great support for the Google Assistant but some users did complain about a few issues which the company seems to be fixing with the update. The latest Pixel Buds update that’s rolling out today reduces lag, improves connectivity, and battery stats.
Pixel Buds Could Get New Gestures Commands In Future Update
If you’re using the Google Pixel Buds and would like to see more gesture functionality brought to the device, you might be interested to learn that in an APK teardown by the folks at 9to5Google, they have found some evidence that suggests that more gesture commands could be coming to the earbuds in a future update.
Pixel Buds Are Google's First Wireless Earphones
The Google Pixel Buds have been announced today. As the name suggests, they’re the first wireless earphones that the company has ever made. They’ve been announced alongside a slew of new hardware products today, including but not limited to the new Pixel handsets and the Pixelbook. Google says that the Pixel Buds sound great, are seamless to use and charge. They also offer help from Google Assistant.