Some Pixel Buds Pro orders are now being shipped by Google.

The Pixel Buds Pro went up for pre-order on July 21 and will formally go on sale in a few days. Google now looks to be beginning to ship some of the initial Pixel Buds Pro orders.

The Pixel Buds Pro are starting to ship from the Google Store, at least those a few Reddit users who placed a pre-order. As of now, we’ve seen reports from Australia and the UK, as well as a few individuals who haven’t specified where they’re from.

For those whose orders have already shipped, arrival estimates start to appear as early as this Thursday, July 28.

For context, one of our orders for Pixel Buds Pro from the Google Store was placed using Google’s free shipping option, and the Google Store has marked the order as “prepared to ship,” indicating that it will arrive shortly.

As more US customers see their goods arrive, we’ll update this article. If your order has shipped, please comment below!

The $199 Google Pixel Buds Pro include a number of features that customers have been requesting for years in the Pixel Bud series. Active Noise Cancellation and multipoint audio are included in this. The Pixel Buds Pro also bring back wireless charging and include an unique processor that contributes to the claimed up to 11 hours of battery life from just the earbuds. Continue reading our coverage of the Pixel Buds Pro below, and check back soon for our full review.

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