Google Pixel Buds Pros Features 31 Hours Of Battery Life


Google just announced the Pixel Buds Pro, which cost $199. There are their first-ever earbuds to support active noise cancellation. Alongside an impressive 31-hour battery life span, the wearable is a premium product. It replaces the 2020 Pixel Buds, where you’ll find similar features on the newer model. These include the “Hey Google” support function, real-time translation, and touchpad for volume control.

Check out the specs 9to5Google provided on the earbuds:

  • Audio driver: 11mm with active pressure relief
  • Eartips: “Moldable”
  • Connection: Bluetooth 5.0 with Multipoint support
  • Chip: Custom six-core audio processor
  • Earbud battery life: 11 hours without ANC, seven hours with
  • Earbud + case battery life: 31 hours without ANC, 20 hours with
  • Spatial Audio: Coming with an update
  • Active Noise Cancellation with Silent Seal
  • 4 Colors: Charcoal, Fog, Lemongrass, Coral
  • Water resistance: IPX4 earbuds, IPX2 case
  • Charging: Qi or USB-C

In addition, it possesses a fully custom audio processor for premium immersive sound adaptive to you. Now, for a truly wireless earbud it also has a transparency mode to help you hear what’s outside. Some debate may spark as to a headphone-style wearable. However, the moldable ear tips conform to you, with a gentle seal for your music. What’s more, it’s said to be quite comfortable in the ears, which could be great for workouts as well as it is sweat and water-resistant.

Three beamforming mics, a voice accelerometer, and wind-blocking mesh let you be heard clearly on calls. Plus, you can easily connect from the phone to your laptop with multipoint connectivity (for iOS and Android). Compared to the A-series, the Pixel Buds Pros an upgrade in many ways. Would you prefer a truly wireless earbud or over-the-ear from Google?

Source: 9to5Google