Google Might Soon Introduce New 'Pixel Buds Pro'

The successful Pixel series from Google might have new Pixel Buds Pro earbuds in the group. As leaks have suggested, it will be in the spotlight ‘soon‘.

Lately, Google’s also planning to enhance the Pixel series with other devices, such as the Pixel series’ first smartwatch, the new smartphone Google Pixel 6a, and also entry into foldable smartphones have also been spotted.

There is also rumored that Google is planning to launch high-end earbuds to make it compete with Apple’s AirPods Pro and Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro. Let’s explore its latest leaks forward.

Google Pixel Buds Pro Presence & Launch Has Been Suggested

Google Pixel Buds Pro Presence & Launch Has Been Suggested

According to the latest leaks shared by Jon Prosser in a Tweet, Google has scheduled Pixel Buds Pro variants to launch soon. Currently, there is no info about the exact release date & how long will this ‘soon’ take.

Besides, Jon Prosser is a reputable analyst, his early leaks were so exact, and he is the one who first leaked about the Pixel watch.

Interestingly, he posted about Pixel Buds Pro by mentioning ‘soon‘ just a week before the Google I/O event, reflecting the higher possibility that it might announce at the event on 11 May.

Also, Prosser suggested color options for the Google Pixel Buds Pro: Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, and Fog. There are only two buds products, but none of them has these unique colors option.

First, the Google Pixel Buds launched in 2019 are unavailable on the official website. Second, Google Pixel A-series is only available in 2 color options White and Dark Olive, priced at $99, whereas AirPods Pro‌ is priced at $249, so we can assume the upcoming Pixel Buds Pro is lower than that.

The Pixel Buds Pro is expected to feature the built-in Google Assistant as its tradition, Adaptive sound, wireless charging, and touch controls. It is also rumored that Pixel Buds Pro might come with the support of 3D Movement Audio.

As we earlier spotted, Android 13 will come with the support of the Spatial 3D Audio feature.