Google I/O 2022’s less than one week away! Keep an eye out for the new Pixel Buds Pro will be launching with a noise cancellation feature that is active very soon.
Google I/O, the software, and services giant’s annual keynote are less than two weeks away. A new leak has revealed the announcement of the Google Pixel Buds Pro. The two-day event will start on the 11th of May. Although Google President Sundar Pichai already announced the presence of several devices during Google I/O 2022 leaker Jon Prosser suggests that we’ll be seeing Google’s Google Pixel Buds Pro, the latest variant of Google’s wireless headphones soon.
It is expected to rival Apple’s AirPods and a variety of Galaxy Buds from Samsung. Prosser has announced that the new earbuds have been scheduled to be released “soon” in four color versions four color options – Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, and Fog. Well! A formal confirmation on the release of Pixel Buds Pro from Google is still to be confirmed.
The Pixel Buds A-series did not have features of ANC (active Noise cancellation) as well as constant connectivity issues, as well as capacitive gesture control, we’ve heard that Google is hard at work enhancing its wireless headphones. This is what you can expect from the upcoming Pixel Buds Pro
Google Pixel Buds Pro coming 🔜
Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, Fog
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 3, 2022
Pixel Buds Pro: Expected features
The device could include an active noise-cancellation feature, which was not present in the earbuds of Google’s range. But these features are accessible in the Apple AirPods Pro. The battery life on the Pixel Buds 2 has also been disappointing, we anticipate the new device to perform better.
They are merely speculations about Pixel Buds Pro features as there aren’t any rumors about Google’s forthcoming earbuds.
In the meantime, the Google I/O keynote will commence at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. (Pacific Time) on May 11. In addition to earbuds, speculations are swirling about an announcement of the Pixel 6a, the lower-cost variant that is part of the Pixel 6 series, and possibly a brand new Nest Hub also. In addition, the long-rumored Pixel Watch is also expected to be launched at the developer’s conference.