Google has officially launched its cheaper truly wireless earbuds the Pixel Buds A-Series as compared to the Pixel Buds that were launched last year in April. It comes with a custom-designed 12mm dynamic speaker driver that gives full, clear, and natural sound with a Bass Boost option. It has passive noise reduction with a secure fit along with a spatial vent that in-ear pressure and spatial awareness. The stabilizer arc ensures a gentle, but secure fit.
It features Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with Fast Pair option to quickly connect to pixel devices, and has touch controls, but lacks a swipe feature to control volume like the Pixel Buds. It also has dual beam-forming mics to focus on voice and reduce outside noise during calls. It also comes with Adaptive Sound that adjusts the dynamical volume as one moves from a quiet environment to a noisy one. There is a built-in Google Assistant with support for real-time translation in more than 40 languages while using a Pixel or Android 6.0+ phone. The earbuds come with an IPX4 rating for sweat and water resistance.
The earbuds give up to 5 hours of listening time or up to 2.5 hours of talk time and up to 24 hours of listening time with the case, or up to 12 hours of talk time with the charging case. It also supports a fast charge that 15-minute charge of earbuds gives up to 3 hours of listening time or up to 1.5 hours of talk time in the charging case. But there is no wireless charging, which is present in the Pixel Buds.
The Google Pixel Buds A-Series comes in Clearly White with new gray undertones and Dark Olive colors, and the price is $99 (Rs. 7,230 approx.). It will be available from June 17th in the US and the pre-order has started from today on store.google.com.