New Delhi: As we inch closer to the Google I/O conference which is slated to be held this month, colour options of the Google Pixel Buds Pro have been tipped in a new leak. The Google Pixel Buds Pro may be launched in Carbon, Real Red, Limoncello and Fog colours, according to the latest leak by famed tipster Jon Prosser. The Pixel Buds Pro will be the third TWS buds from Google and will compete with the likes of Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro and Apple AirPods Pro.
“Google Pixel Buds Pro coming 🔜 Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, Fog,” leakster Jon Prosser tweeted.
Apart from the name, not much is so far known about the upcoming Google Pixel Buds Pro in terms of design language and expected features. However, it is being said that Google’s head tracking feature and spatial audio features will make their way into the Google Pixel Buds Pro. The spatial audio and head tracking features were previously hinted at in the codes for Android 13. However, since there has been no official word from Google on this, the information should be taken with a pinch of salt.
The Google Pixel Buds Pro earbuds will likely be an upgraded version of the Pixel Buds A that arrived with 12mm dynamic drivers and IPX4 sweat and water resistance. The Google Pixel Buds A offer a battery life of five hours (playback time) on a single charge and up to 24 hours with a charging case that supports fast charging.
Meanwhile, Google is also likely to unveil its first smartwatch, Pixel Watch with a cellular connectivity option, a circular dial and deeper integration with Fitbit at the I/O event. Earlier last month, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai had teased Android and hardware announcements for the Google I/O event. During the company’s earnings call, Pichai also mentioned that the Pixel 6 has been the “fastest-selling Pixel ever”.
“Pixel 6 is a huge step forward for the Pixel portfolio. And it’s been great to see the response from Pixel users. It’s the fastest-selling Pixel ever. And we are building broad consumer awareness of the brand and making good progress. I’m excited about the products we have coming and look forward to sharing more at Google I/O,” Pichai had said during the earnings call.