The Google Pixel Buds Pro earbuds are rumored to be nearing launch. A new leak has shown the colorways for the audio device prior to any official confirmation. The new wireless earbuds are expected to be available in four colors. The Google Pixel Buds Pro, which has been speculated, is likely to succeed the Google Pixel Buds A-Series TWS earbuds.
They might also have active noise cancellation (ANC). Nevertheless, Google’s I/O 2022 conference will go off on May 11th, and we will see about every launch on that day from the firm.
The color choices of Google Pixel Buds Pro have been revealed on Twitter by tipster Jon Prosser. The next Google Pixel Buds Pro will be available in four color variations, per the spills: Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, & Fog.
Google Pixel Buds Pro coming 🔜
Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, Fog
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 3, 2022
However, it’s safe to infer that the next earbuds will include active noise cancellation to compete with Apple and Samsung’s offerings. It’s also unclear whether we’re dealing with a serious competitor to the AirPods Pro or Galaxy Buds Pro.
Tech journalist Mishaal Rahman mentions that the upcoming Google Buds Pro will feature BLE Audio, Spatial audio along with head tracking support in Android 13. Given the Pro moniker, the forthcoming pair of earbuds are likely to have a more sophisticated spec sheet, including pricing, battery life, reliable connectivity, and features like active noise cancellation tech, etc., than the 2020 Pixel Buds.
This would absolutely not surprise me given Google’s work on spatial audio + head tracking support in Android 13, especially their secrecy around the latter. Plus, there’s BLE Audio support in Android now too.
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) May 3, 2022
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has previously indicated that new hardware would be on display at Google I/O 2022, leading many to believe that the Pixel 6a will be released as a cheaper alternative to the Pixel 6 series. In the same way, the long-rumored Pixel Watch might show up at the developers’ conference, even if it’s just Google highlighting some features and announcing a later release date.