Google strikes another attack against Apple’s AirPods. The G company presents a new generation of earbuds, the Google Pixel Buds A-Series. The specs are amazing and the price will be very competitive, making this item very worthy.
As always, Google aims to deliver high-quality products at a lower price than its rival companies. On this occasion, its goal was to pack premium sound quality, real-time translation, and an affordable price into one product. After a period of investigation, the company presents the Pixel Buds A-Series, which will sell at $99 when they launch. Definitely way cheaper than the Apple AirPods, and with more features.
“Our research shows that most people describe the great sound as full, clear, and natural. This is what guides our audio tuning process and shows up in other devices, like Nest Audio,”
If we get more technical, we will discover that The Pixel Buds A-Series features a 12 mm dynamic speaker driver to deliver that natural sound. On top of that, they also have an option for even more power in low tones with the Bass Boost feature. Moreover, Google stated that they put a lot of effort into the design of these Pixel Buds in order to provide the best fit and isolation. Amongst the features, these new earbuds also contain a spatial vent to help reduce in-ear pressure for more comfortable long wear sessions.
But Google did not stop adding features on the new Pixel Buds A-Series and they also included adaptive sound. It consists of auto-increasing or decreasing the volume of the earbuds depending on the noise volume of your surroundings.
Google Pixel Buds A-Series Release Date and Availability
Obviously, they also fully support Google’s Assistant. When regarding the duration of the battery, Google says the new earbuds offer around five hours of listening time on a single charge. The case offers around 24 hours of listening time before it needs to be charged, which only takes about 15 minutes.
The Pixel Buds A-Series is now available to pre-order through this link. Google says they will release on June 17 for the United States and Canada. If you do not want to miss this release, make sure to check out Google’s waitlist.