With the beginning of spring a week ago, we have finally entered into the launch period set by Google for its new headphones. Today, Google’s second-generation Pixel Bud have just appeared in Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filings ahead of expected retail availability.
Two new FCC filings from Google have appeared for wireless headphones. The filings have two different model numbers, G1007 and G1008, which must be for each of those upcoming earbuds. Although this filing don’t specifically state that it belongs to new Pixel Buds, but we assume it to be for Google’s earbuds as the tech giant earlier announnced that the new Pixel Buds will come out sometime in spring.
As mentioned earlier by the tech giant, the new Google Pixel Buds will have hands-free access to Google Assistant, passive noise cancellation, five hours of battery life on one charge, 24 hours of battery life with the case, and long-range Bluetooth that can apparently stay connected to your phone from up to three rooms away.
The new Pixel Buds feature custom-designed 12mm dynamic speaker drivers and “Adaptive Sound” to adjust volume to your surroundings. You can adjust sound by swiping on the touch-sensitive surface and tap to play/pause, while the Hey Google hotword is available for everything else. Google added a “spatial vent” that “reduces that plugged-ear feeling” and preserves your surroundings. For pricing, the new Pixel Buds would cost you $179.
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