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Quick hands on Google Pixel Buds Pro

Although Google officially launched the Google Pixel Buds Pro headset on July 28, users can now pre-order this headset model. However, a user on Reddit posted an article with an image stating that he received this headset model "earlier than the official Google Pixel Buds Pro launch date, after placing an order on 21/07.

Specifically, Redditor u/Linkakox had a post on the r/GooglePixel subreddit, stating that he had received an order for the Google Pixel Buds Pro headset model "that Google is coming to". He pre-ordered this product on the website, a retailer in France, on July 21. It's not clear how this Redditor was able to get an order for an unreleased product, but here are actual images of Google's Pixel Buds Pro headphones,

According to Linkakox's quick experience, the Pixel Buds Pro has a larger driver design and offers better music playback quality than the Pixel Buds A series. However, it seems that the new design will make the driver easier to fall out of the ear. . Compared to the Pixel Buds A series, the Pixel Buds Pro does not have a protruding tail, and the case of the Pixel Buds Pro is also larger. It seems that the Pixel Buds Pro box also comes with a small replacement silicone eartip box.

However, the app that supports Pixel Buds does not yet fully support all the features of Pixel Buds Pro, such as the ANC feature. In contrast, the touch control operation directly on the headset was able to work, allowing switching between ANC mode and Transparency Mode, with just a double tap on the headset. In addition, the ANC and MultiPoint audio features are considered to work well.

During the Google I/O 2022 developer conference, Google brought a new pair of Pixel Buds Pro wireless headphones. Right from the time of launch, this has been a competitor to Airpods Pro. Now the competition is even clearer when Google is planning to equip the Pixel Buds Pro with the same audio conversion capability with Apple's Airpods or Beats Fit Pro.

Audio conversion is a feature available on headset devices such as Airpods and some Samsung Galaxy Buds models. Automatic audio switching will save users from having to manually pair when connecting Pixel Buds Pro via another device such as an Android phone or tablet or a Chromebook. To do this, Google has previously updated its Fast Pair technology for audio devices in preparation for the upcoming Pixel Buds Pro.

This technology allows the headset and Android device to connect to each other. Fast Pair was first introduced in 2017, now it is officially integrated into the Google product. According to Google, the new headphones can identify what you're listening to to perform automatic conversions.

For example, when you are watching a movie on your tablet and a notification appears on your phone, the audio of the movie will not be interrupted. But instead of a notification that a call is coming to the phone, the headset will automatically make the transition to listening to the audio on the phone. And there will be a notification for you to switch the sound back to the old device.

Besides this connection, Pixel Buds Pro also features ANC. Google's algorithms help with active noise cancellation as best as possible even without earplugs like Airpods. "Silent Seal" technology is integrated by Google to prevent sound from entering from the outside.

Currently the audio conversion feature only works with Android devices, but Google hopes to be able to bring it to more devices. In addition to the Pixel Buds Pro, Google is planning to add the feature on some Sony and JBL headphones.

These are Google's new premium wireless earbuds that have the same features as the AirPods Pro, including active noise cancellation, a penetration mode that lets you hear ambient noise, voice control "Hey." Google” hands-free, automatically switches between previously paired Bluetooth devices, integrates with Google's Find My Device app to track their location, and supports Spatial Audio.

According to Google, the Pixel Buds Pro will adapt to your ears with Silent Seal for maximum noise cancellation, while built-in sensors measure pressure in your ear canal to ensure they're comfortable. when worn for a long time.

Pixel Buds Pro can be paired with any Bluetooth 4.0+ device, making them compatible with devices like Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. They charge wirelessly in the box and provide up to 11 hours of listening time per charge, or up to 7 hours with active noise cancellation. The carrying case can also be charged via USB-C.

The Pixel Buds Pro will be available for pre-order on July 21, for $199. The headphones are designed with a soft matte finish and come in four color options: Coral, Lemongrass, Fog, and Charcoal.

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