The Google Pixel Buds A-series TWS (True Wireless Stereo) earphones have surfaced the internet once again, this time in a tweet from an official company account, according to a report. The tweet, which is now deleted, showed that the Pixel Buds A-Series have a similar design to the Pixel Buds which are currently available in the United States. The headphones had previously been spotted in an email containing a promotional slide of Nest products, and also appeared on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website.
According to the tweet (archived) by Android, the account that Google uses to promote new features of the Android operating system or Google services, the “Pixel Buds A-Series” offer Fast Pair technology for fast Bluetooth pairing. The tweet, spotted by the XDA developers, also pointed out that these headphones will be compatible with all Android smartphones running Android 6.0 and above.
As mentioned, this isn’t the first time these affordable headphones have been leaked across the internet. The most recent development in this regard came earlier this month, when Google Nest users reportedly received an email in which a promotional slide showcased various Nest products as well as a small image of TWS headphones featuring elements. dark green. Google already offers Pixel Buds in a Quite UKTN color option in the US, but it has black accents. The green on these headphones – now roughly confirmed to be the Pixel A-Series – is much darker than Quite UKTN’s Pixel Buds.
Additionally, two TWS headphones with model numbers GPQY2 and G7YPJ, believed to be Google Pixel Buds A-Series, were spotted on the FCC website (via 9to5Google). The listing says the device is equipped with Bluetooth v5.2 and measures 27x20x15mm, which is similar to Pixel Buds available in the US.
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