Google Pixel Buds Pro to launch in India on July 28: Here’s what the earbuds offer – Times of India

Google unveiled the Pixel Buds Pro true wireless earbuds at the company’s annual developer conference — Google I/O 2022. Now, the company has confirmed the India launch of its latest pair of true wireless earbuds. Google Pixel Buds Pro succeeds the Pixel Buds which the company introduced in 2020. The tech giant has confirmed that it will launch the Pixel Buds Pro on July 28.
Google confirmed the launch while answering a user query. The company revealed the official launch date while answering the enquiry. The company will launch the Pixel Buds Pro in India on July 28. The company has already confirmed that it will also launch the Pixel 6a smartphone in the country soon. The Pixel Buds Pro are the first pair of true wireless earbuds from Google that come with active noise cancellation functionality. The ANC technology of Google is built around a custom 6-core audio chip.

Google Pixel Buds Pro features
The earbuds have IPX4 water resistance, and the case is IPX2 water-resistant, said Google at the event. Google Pixel Buds Pro comes with multipoint connectivity, which means users can automatically switch between your previously paired Bluetooth devices — including laptops, tablets, TVs, and Android and iOS phones. Pixel Buds Pro features Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), which is built on a custom 6-core audio chip that runs Google-developed algorithms. There’s also a Transparency mode which lets ambient noise come in through the Pixel Buds Pro.
Pixel Buds Pro uses something called Silent Seal which can adapt to your ear, to help maximize the amount of noise that’s cancelled. There are built-in sensors, which will measure the pressure in your ear canal to make sure you’re comfortable even during long listening sessions.
As expected, there are certain Google Assistant related features in the Pixel Buds Pro. For instance, you can say “Hey Google,” and ask the Assistant for whatever you need — like walking directions or even real-time translation in 40 languages.
Google is also borrowing a feature from Apple AirPods. Spatial audio features will come to Pixel Buds Pro later this year.



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