Google announced the Pixel Buds Pro truly wireless earphones at Google I/O back in May, and you can now take a closer look at them. This is thanks to Evan Blass, as the tipster shared a ton of images of these earbuds.
Take a closer look at the Pixel Buds Pro thanks to newly-leaked images
If you take a look at the galleries below the article, you’ll be able to see 24 images of these earbuds. Some of them are renders, while others are lifestyle images. The earbuds are shown in Charcoal and Fog color variants. Lemongrass and Coral models are now included in these images.
The Pixel Buds Pro earbuds are coming to 12 countries, as pre-orders will start on July 21. That’s the same day pre-orders for the Pixel 6a are starting. Both devices will go on sale on July 28, by the way.
The Pixel Buds Pro are starting at $199, and these are the very first earbuds from the company to contain active noise cancellation (ANC). If you’d like to check out their price tags in all 12 countries, click here.
Google will include a custom audio chip inside these earphones, and beam-forming microphones. They also come with a transparency mode, so that you can hear the world around you when you’re not listening to music.
These earbuds will offer up to 11 hours of listening time
On top of all that, the earbuds will offer a spatial audio feature. Google promises up to 11 hours of listening time with ANC off, and up to 7 hours with ANC on. That is actually great battery life, compared to other earbuds.
They will also offer multi-point pairing. So you’ll be able to seamlessly switch where the audio comes from to your ears, from your phone, to your laptop, or whatever else you have connected to them.
The Pixel Buds A were compelling earphones, but were aiming lower than the Pixel Buds Pro. There’s a reason there’s a ‘Pro’ in their name. The expectations are high for these earphones.
Google Pixel Buds Pro renders:
Google Pixel Buds Pro lifestyle images: