Hi mates! Google is going to release the competitor of Airpods, which is the new Google Pixel Buds. Google is interested in following the latest trends by working on an audio product with TWS (True Wireless Stereo) technology, called Pixel Buds 2. The search giant is planning to launch it in the near future.

Pixel Buds 2 has a number of improvements from the previous generation. The improvement is in the design of the features it carries.

In terms of design, Pixel Buds 2 doesn’t use cables at all. The shape is also smaller and feels more stylish. Similar to Apple’s AirPods, or Samsung Galaxy Buds, but have a smaller size. The shape of the case of Pixel Buds 2 is also unique to resemble an egg with white color.

Google Pixel Buds 2
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One interesting thing about Pixel Buds 2 is that this device includes a Google Assistant feature that is completely integrated with voice control. Just as users use Google Assistant on smartphone devices.

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Pixel Buds 2 users can control their smartphone and ask them to translate or play songs. Using Google Assistant on Pixel Buds 2 is also very easy, users only need to say “Hey Google”, then Google’s digital assistant will work.

Google claims that Pixel Buds 2 can stay connected to smartphones up to a distance of about 91.44 meters. It was like a large soccer field. Great distances compared to AirPods or Galaxy Buds.

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Pixel Buds 2 can be used for devices with the Android 6.0 system and later, can also pair it with laptops, tablets, and Bluetooth 4.0+ devices.

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Pixel Buds 2 has a noise-isolating feature to produce the best sound quality. Uniquely there are sensor parts such as special vents called “spatial vent”, allowing the device to adjust the volume automatically depending on the surrounding noise.

Pixel Buds 2 battery life is claimed to last up to 5 hours on a single charge and can last up to 24 hours while in the case. Well, are you gonna buy it in the spring of 2020, mates? Tell me in the comment section below, okay.

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