Google’s truly wireless headphones Pixel Buds were announced in October last year and have now hit shelves in the US. Google has also launched a new Pixel Buds app on the Play Store to further improve the app. Google Pixel Buds 2 will naturally challenge the upcoming second-generation Apple Airpods.

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The predecessor of the Pixel Buds 2 were not true wireless as the two buds were connected with a cable. Also, the old Pixel Buds were not exactly impressive.

Google Pixel Buds 2 Features

The Pixel Buds 2 were designed after scanning thousands of ears for a comfortable fit, the company says. The earbuds weigh just 5.3g each and Google claims that they have solved the issue of earbuds falling out of the ear. The Pixel Buds 2 are IPX4 rated which makes them sweat and water-resistant.

Google uses custom-designed 12mm dynamic speaker drivers supporting passive noise reduction. The Pixel Buds sport dual beam-forming microphones and a voice accelerometer that suitably improve the voice call quality. The Adaptive Sound technology of the earbuds can adjust the music in real-time based on the environment just like auto-brightness works in smartphones.

Google Pixel Buds provide up to 5 hours of music and up to 2.5 hours of talk time while the charging case can add another 24 hours. A 10-minute charge from the case enables 2 hours of listening time. The charging case is Qi-certified empowering the users to go for wireless charging. A USB-C charging port is provided as well.

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Under the hood, Pixel Buds is packed with capacitive sensors for music, calls, and Google Assistant. To play and pause automatically, dual IR proximity sensors are inbuilt with a motion-detecting accelerometer and gyroscope.

Google Pixel Buds 2 Price and Availability

The company is selling the Pixel Buds for $179 in the US. Currently, only Clearly White color variant is available while other variants – Oh So Orange, Quite Mint, and Almost Black – will be made available soon.

Seeing the global COVID-19 crisis, the company might not be able to roll out these buds in other countries anytime soon.

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