Google in its October 4 event unveiled an array of products, for which everyone in the world was drooling over. One of the products that they launched is similar to the Apple Airpods, which is called Google Pixel Buds.
While we’ll do a side-by-side review and comparison of both the Google Pixel Buds and Apple Airpods, here is some necessary information that you need to know about this new cool looking airphones/earphones. 😀
These earphones are available in three colours, same as those of Google Pixel 2 – Clearly White, Just Black, and Kinda Blue. The earphones are attached to one another with a string which will make sure that you won’t lose one earpiece. It means you’ll lose both of them. 😀
Anyhow, that was just plain humour. I am not trying to be mean to Google. Other than that, just like Airpods, they come with a case that is meant to store them as well as charge them. The Google Pixel Buds has a battery life of 5 hours and a 24 hours buffer battery is delivered from the case after a full charge.
Gestures are the new thing in 2017 and Google has made sure that Pixel Buds has easy gestures built into these earphones. The controls are on the right earpiece. You can tap to play and pause music. Sliding your finger on the earpiece lets you control the volume. A touch and hold on the earpiece activates the Google Assistant so that you can have better control wirelessly.
And behold because the USP of the Pixel Buds is that it uses Google Translate and Google’s AI to perform real-time translation of around 40 languages.
The Google Pixel bud is available at a price of $149 in the US, which seems fair.
Let us know if you’d want to buy Google Pixel Buds? Or if you’d want us to do a side-by-side comparison of Apple’s Airpods vs Google Pixel Buds.
Also, if you haven’t checked out our article on Google Pixel 2, and Google Pixel XL 2, you should give that a read.