From their battery life to the addition of active noise cancellation, Google’s upcoming Pixel Buds Pro appear to be an intriguing release. But much like in previous years, Google won’t be selling Pixel Buds Pro everywhere, and the availability of some colors will be restricted in some areas.
There are four color options for the $199 Pixel Buds Pro in the US: Coral, Fog, Charcoal, and Lemongrass. Its lineup is comparable to that of Google’s 2020 Pixel Buds, which introduced many of the functionality and design aesthetics used on this new Pro model. These earphones were only sold in a small number of nations, and most locations did not offer color options.
Fortunately, options aren’t quite as limited this time. The Pixel Buds Pro variant will be distributed in 12 countries, compared to the Pixel Buds A-Series’ distribution of just 10.
But in some places, the color options for Pixel Buds Pro will be constrained. While some, like Ireland and Singapore, will only have one hue available, 7 of the 12 countries will have access to the whole color spectrum. Below, we’ve outlined Pixel Buds Pro availability in each region of the world, along with costs and available colors.
PRO COUNTRY PIXEL BUDS AVAILABILITY AND PRICE Coral, fog, charcoal, and lemongrass in United States Ireland Singapore
The latest top-tier earphones from Google are called Pixel Buds Pro. The 2020 Pixel Buds were replaced by these after being withdrawn in 2021 due to several reports of connectivity issues and other defects. Depending on the country, the $200 pricing of Google’s affordable earbuds, the Pixel Buds A-Series, is double that of the Pixel Buds Pro.
The Pixel Buds Pro maintain the basic aesthetic of the original Pixel Buds, down to the charging case, but do away with the wing tips that some users have grown to detest. Additional microphones are also added to the new earbuds to enable active noise cancellation (ANC). Additionally, the earbuds’ unique audio processor, which can enhance noise cancellation, is built on top of that function. Active pressure adjustments are also available to eliminate the clogged sensation that ANC-equipped earbuds frequently cause. The earphones, according to Google, can play music continuously for 11 hours on a single charge.
The information about Google’s Pixel Buds is provided below. Beginning in July 2022, Google plans to start selling the earphones. Support for Spatial Audio, a 3D audio method first promoted by by Apples AirPods and now adopted by Samsung’s earbuds, will be added in a post-launch upgrade.
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