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Google may also bring Pixel Buds 2 to its hardware event on October 15

02 October 2019 0

Google may have more hardware products to launch on October 15 event than we had thought of as a new scoop now tells that we may see the Pixel Buds 2 getting unveiled as well. A source familiar with the plan has reportedly said so but there is no other information shared. So, we can’t comment on the specifications and features of the possible Pixel Buds 2.

We are also unaware of its design, but we expect it to come as truly wireless earbuds with no cable attached. We may see something similar to Apple AirPods, Amazon Echo Buds, and other wireless buds available in the industry.

Google Pixel Buds received much appreciation from the users but it’s obvious to expect some better features on its iteration. The first could be the change in the design and ditching the cable completely. The second change comes from inside and we hope for better things to come. Also, we must mention that if Google isn't planning to ditch the cable then at least bring a better storage case.

Google brought a major upgrade to the Pixel Buds back in June and reduced audio lag when playing games or watching YouTube videos. Before this, Google also added features like double-tap to skip, manual power on/off and easy device switching and made the accessory more worthy.

We expect better things to come with the second-gen Pixel Buds but we can’t comment on what they could be. The first-gen Pixel Buds came in 2017 are still a better performer and it would be interesting to see how Google will enhance things with its next offering.



Google may also bring Pixel Buds 2 to its hardware event on October 15
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