At its current Pixel 4 event, Google introduced its second generation Pixel Buds. Google's redesigned earphones include hands-free access to Google Assistant, as well as the ability to make calls, answer texts, use Google Translate and more ̵
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Google's upcoming Pixel Buds will be available from spring on a crowded earphone market and joinand and next year. Here you will find everything we know about Google's new Pixel Buds, from cost to purchase.
What are Google's new pixel buds?
The new Pixelknospen are Google's second attempt with wireless earphones – two years after Pixelknospen the first generation of the company Pixelknospen, including Bluetooth pairing.
As with the first generation, these buds come with the built-in Google wizard, which you can now use by saying "Hey Google." Unlike the first generation, these buds are really cordless and the two earphones are not connected.
What can you do?
In addition to being second-generation pixel buds as wireless earphones, Google says you'll get hands-free access to Assistant if you're using a device running Android 6.0 or later (Google is now active) Android 10). You can use the wizard to send a text message, ask for directions, or even receive translation help. With a touch you can play, pause and adjust the volume. When paired with an iOS device, Google Pixel Buds without Google Assistant function as regular Bluetooth earphones.
What are the speakers?
According to Google, the new buds are delivered with ear tips to create a seal that blocks out the outside sounds and customizable sound that dynamically adjusts the volume as you move through quiet and noisy places.
And when you're on the phone, two microphones in each earphone focus on your voice and suppress background noise, according to Google.
How do I connect my phone to the Pixel Buds?
Google states that Pixel Buds can be paired with Pixel phones and other Android 6.0+ devices with a single touch. You can also pair with other Bluetooth 4.0+ phones, laptops, and tablets. According to Google, the buds remain three rooms away in the house or 100 meters away connected to your phone outdoors.
What color options are available?
According to the current color descriptions of Google, the pixel buds in clear white, oh so orange, very mint and almost black.
The new Pixel Buds offer five hours of uninterrupted listening time when fully charged or 24 hours when using a wireless charging case, about the same as Google's. Generation buds and Apple AirPods.
Are they waterproof?
They are "sweat and waterproof," Google said.
When can you buy them?
Spring 2020, according to Google, though we have no exact date. Please try again, as we keep it up to date as soon as we receive new information. At the moment you can join the waiting list to be notified when they are available.
How much do they cost?
They cost $ 179 – just over $ 159 for Pixel Buds and the latest Apple AirPods with a charging case – but less than the upcoming Surface Earbuds from Microsoft for $ 249.
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