Google’s next wireless earbuds have leaked again. And the culprit? None other than Google itself.
According to 9to5Mac, the tech giant recently sent a marketing email to thousands of Google Nest customers containing a picture of the Pixel Buds with a link to the Accessories section of the Google Store. Oops.
Was it a real slip up or a deliberate attempt to start the upcoming Pixel Buds A launch? We’ll never know, but a screenshot of the email (below) appears to show the Pixel Buds A in a dark green color, suggesting that the charging indicator is at the top of the case.
The new report also appears to be linked to last week’s leak that tipped the third-generation Pixel Buds for a white variant, suggesting that the price would be cheaper than the Apple AirPods.
The leaked image at the top of this page gives us a pretty decent look at the upcoming Pixel Buds in all their glory, complete with a design that is reminiscent of that Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 and rumored Sony WF-1000XM4 Buds.
Tech specs have yet to be confirmed, but we expect two buds that can be independently connected to your smartphone using the latest Bluetooth standard. These touch controls are almost identical to those of the current version Pixel buds 2and a charging case that improves battery performance. We also keep our fingers crossed for a sound upgrade.
And a start date? According to the latest FCC records, we were able to see that the Pixel Buds A were presented at a Google event in the middle of the year, rather than in the fall / fall as expected.
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