Google is gearing up with its newest truewireless (TWS) earphone device, and it looks like it will be in the near future. As is known in early April, the company accidentally displayed a Pixel Buds image in an email sent to Google Nest users.
Recently Google did the same thing, via a Twitter tweet, Google announced the Pixel Buds A-Series via the @Android account. However, after 10 minutes of being uploaded, the tweet was deleted and apparently, this is the company’s strategy to tease the fans.
As reported by 9oto5google, in that tweet, Google claims the reliability of the Google Pixel Buds A which is said to have good sound quality and Bluetooth connectivity.
“Sound quality and fast bluetooth pairing,” wrote Google on his Twitter account @Android.
In addition, it is also known that the Google Pixel Buds A will work with older versions of Android smartphones. At least a cellphone with an operating system of at least Android 6.0 can be connected together with the earphones.
In the image published by Google, there are two earphones embedded in a casing shaped like a capsule. Pixel Buds A also seems to be relying on white like most earphones. Then there is also the display of a cellphone that shows applications that are connected to the Google Pixel Buds A.
Unfortunately there is no further information regarding when the exact date these earbuds will be released. It is predicted that Google is likely to launch it together with the Google I / O 2021 event which will be held this year.
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