According to a report, Google’s Pixel Buds A series of true wireless stereo headphones (TWS) appeared on the internet again, this time in a tweet from the company’s official account. The tweet has now been removed, indicating that the design of the Pixel Buds A series is similar to the Pixel Buds currently available in the United States.
Earplugs were previously found in emails containing promotional slides for Nest products and were also featured on the FCC website. The Android operating system or Google service “Pixel Buds A series” provides quick pairing technology, which can perform quick pairing via Bluetooth.
The XDA developers found that the tweet also emphasized that these headphones will be compatible with all Android smartphones running Android 6.0 and above. The latest development in this regard was earlier this month when Google Nest users reportedly received an email with a promotional slide showing various Nest products and a small image of the TWS earbuds with dark green elements.
Google already offers quite minty Pixel Buds in the US, but it has a pitch black. The green on these headphones, which has now been confirmed to be from the Pixel A series, is much darker than the rather mint Pixel Buds. Also, two TWS headphones with model numbers GPQY2 and G7YPJ are considered from the Google Pixel Buds A series, which were discovered on the FCC website (via 9to5Google).
The listing shows that the device is equipped with Bluetooth v5.2 and measures 27x20x15mm, similar to the US Pixel Buds.