Aside from the official unveiling of the Pixel 6A, Google also unveiled its most premium TWS earbuds to date with the Pixel Buds Pro. Making them special is that they are the first Google TWS earbuds to support active noise cancellation with the use of Google’s custom 6-core audio processor and custom algorithms. There’s also a Silent Seal mode that adapts to the shape of your ears to maximize noise cancellation.
Speaking of customizations, Google’s most premium TWS earbuds come with Volume EQ that intelligently adjusts audio tuning based on volume level, along with a 5-band equalizer. You also get custom 11mm drivers and pressure sensors that Google claims help in keeping the earbuds comfortable to wear. In a future update, Google said that the Pixel Buds Pro will have support for spatial audio.
Other features include transparency mode, IPx4 rating, hands-free Google Assistant with real-time translation, voice accelerometer, and multipoint connectivity. They come with a rated battery life of 7 hours with ANC on (11 hours with ANC off), and the included battery case gives you up to 20 hours of battery life with ANC enabled. Charging options include USB-C and wireless charging.
The Pixel Buds Pro is priced at $200 (~Php 10.5k) and will go on sale online on July 21.