…quality sound and quick Bluetooth pairing.
Google’s Pixel Buds A-Series release happens to be false after Android reportedly shared a tweet image about the earbuds and captioned it “newly arrived” and deleted it afterward. The tech company has not officially announced its release but its social media platform seems to be ahead of Google.
Meanwhile, other media houses (especially 9to5Google) went on to publish the news about the leak by Google’s Android — this Pixel Buds A-Series model is expected to be sold for cheaps below the standard price that costs $179 for a pair.
Android’s tweet slightly detailed its Pixel earbuds as a new model tweaked with “quality sound and quick Bluetooth pairing.” Nonetheless, this tweet has been deleted because it vaguely depicts an error with wrong timing.
Still, Google has efficiently shared several schematics of its futuristic products overtime. Google’s I/O 2021 that was initially scheduled for May 18th is likely to commence before its due date.
On the other hand, Google’s Pixel Buds A-Series seems ready to hit the market since its users have seen a glimpse of it. Google will have to observe its developer conference to launch the new model of its earbuds, regardless of the mishandled tweet.
However, Google’s Pixel Buds A-Series is closely related to the previous Pixel Buds the tech company released during the 2020 pandemic — this explains why this latest model is said to be cheaper than the previous Pixel Buds.