As we approached Google I/O 2021, the rumors factories had already begun to point to new hardware, including Pixel 5A and Pixel Buds A, which are a set of lower-cost true wireless earbuds that can be placed under the company’s main headphones.However, according to 9to5Google, A new email contains olive-green pixel bud images that are not part of the current lineup. The inside of the case also matches the bud color, which is not the case with the second-generation Pixel Buds. Another clue that these are novelty is that the inner part of the earplugs is also the same green.
Therefore, considering these factors, we are likely to see the upcoming Pixel BudsA in this picture. They look almost the same as regular Pixel Buds, although the second LED in the charging case is gone or is not visible in this photo. There are always opportunities for someone to mess up the colors here to make it better match the Pixel 5, but this is a bit unusual.
These earplugs may submit the latest documents to the Federal Communications Commission. If the company does plan to sell these features at a lower price than the standard Pixel Buds, we will have to wait for Google’s final announcement to understand which features have been cut. These products are priced at US$179, and perhaps Google’s target price will be US$99 or US$129.
Google’s second-generation Pixel Buds had some connection stability issues when they first shipped, and the company tried to resolve these issues during multiple firmware updates. But some customers continue to experience problems such as dropouts and other errors, so I hope Google will say one or two things about connection strength when announcing these Pixel Buds A.