After months of leakages and reports, Google mistakenly announced the Pixel Buds A-Series on Twitter. In the post, Google states that Pixel Buds A-Series “have actually gotten here,” and that they support one-tap fast pairing on Android. Google deleted the message 20 minutes after posting it.
At the time of writing, Pixel Buds A are not available on Googles webstore. It appears that the message, which came from the main Android Twitter account, was a real error. Still, it reveals that the Pixel Buds An appearance very similar to the basic Pixel Buds and assistance one-tap pairing on devices running Android 6 or more recent.
The bottom of the Tweet shows that it was sent out through the Sprinklr CXM marketing platform. It might have been an automatic message planned for a various time– like tomorrow or sometime next month. We do not know! Based on a recent marketing e-mail from Google that mentions the unreleased device, we must anticipate a Pixel Buds A release in the near future.
Like Pixel A-series phones, the Pixel Buds A should cost less than the standard Pixel buds. Reports recommend that the earbuds will be available in several colors. While they support fast-pairing, they will most likely eliminate unnecessary functions like gesture control in order to reduce expenses.
This story is developing. We will update it if any new details comes out.
In the post, Google states that Pixel Buds A-Series “have arrived,” and that they support one-tap quick pairing on Android. Still, it reveals that the Pixel Buds A look very similar to the standard Pixel Buds and assistance one-tap pairing on devices running Android 6 or more recent.
Like Pixel A-series phones, the Pixel Buds A should cost less than the basic Pixel buds.