14 July 2020
Google has reportedly confirmed that the newly launched Pixel Buds wireless earbuds will receive "feature drops" just like its Pixel phones. Google has reportedly said this to Forbes and according to the report, the truly wireless earbuds will get new features periodically.
Google representative revealed nothing else about this capability that Pixel Buds is going to get. Now that the "feature drops" was first announced for Pixel phones in December last year with an aim to make the old Pixel phones new by dropping the latest features at them. So, presumably, Google is planning the capability for its new earbuds as well to make them even better than before.
According to Forbes, Google is staying tight-lipped about the release of the first feature drops. It is also unknown what this first "feature drops" will bring along with itself. Meanwhile, we can only assume and pray for some interesting features down the road. Google Pixel Buds hold very little room for improvement. For now, they feature everything that you would want to have in your truly wireless buds, including built-in optical sensors, capacitive touch controls to adjust the music volume, also Google Assistant support.
Currently, the only thing that audiophiles want is EQ settings. The Pixel Buds don’t let you adjust the EQ of the music right now. The only solution is to turn on Adaptive Sound, a mode that automatically optimizes music based on the ambient noise around you.
Pixel Buds 2 has many great features to offer, but new things and capabilities that could enhance your listening experience are always welcomed.