As we approach Google I/O 2021, the report mill has actually started pointing to brand-new hardware, including a Pixel 5A and Pixel Buds A, a lower-cost set of real wireless earbuds that would slot in listed below the businesss main pair. The interior of the case is also color-matched to the buds, which isnt the case with the second-gen Pixel Buds.
So with those things considered, were likely seeing the upcoming Pixel Buds A in this image. They look practically similar to the regular Pixel Buds, though the second LED inside the charging case is either gone or simply not noticeable in this shot. Theres always the possibility that someone went off and tinkered the color tint here so it better matches the Pixel 5, however that d be a little unusual.
A recent filing at the Federal Communications Commission is likely for these earbuds. Well need to wait on Googles eventual announcement to see which features have been cut if the business indeed prepares to sell these at a notably lower price than the standard Pixel Buds. With those opting for $179, perhaps Google will aim to hit a $99 or $129 rate point.
Googles second-gen Pixel Buds had some connection stability problems when they initially shipped, which the company attempted to address over the course of several firmware updates. But some clients continue to come across concerns like dropouts and other bugs, so hopefully Google will say a thing or more about connection strength when it does get around to revealing these Pixel Buds A.