Google introduces the Pixel buds, its first wireless headphone

Google introduced the Pixel bud, a wireless headphone that has the ability to translate in over 40 languages in real time.

The wireless headphone which I see as a great improvement to Apple AirPod, has a strap that hangs over the nape. I suppose this was done to protect against the headphone falling off. It has all the features needed to control your music built into it. To start your music, all you need to tap on the right Pixel bud and do the same to stop your music. Swipe forward or backward to increase or reduce volume.

The Pixel bud comes with a charging case capable of charging multiple Pixel buds and can give you up to 24 hours of music time in a single charge

How to pair the Google Pixel Buds with your phone:
Just open your Pixel Buds charging case near your Google Pixel or any Android phone running Android 7.0 Nougat or higher with the Google Assistant and it will automatically detect and ask if you want to pair

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See Google launches the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

The Google Pixel bud starts at $159 and pre-ordering has already started.

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3 thoughts on “Google introduces the Pixel buds, its first wireless headphone

  • February 25, 2018 at 10:26 am
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