When it comes to wireless earpods, Google hasn’t been the biggest player in the market. Nonetheless, Google appears to be switching things up. At the Made by Google event today, the company announced its all new Google Pixel Buds Pro with quite a few upgrades announced at the ‘Made by Google’ event on October 4th. Check out the story below.
Upgrades Coming Right In
It has been a year since the Pixel Buds Pro launched at Google I/O 2022, and Google has announced quite a lot of updates. Pixel Buds Pro is now equipped with spatial audio with head tracking for TV shows and movies. There’s a full-fledged 5-band equalizer for customised sound. The buds will get AI enhancements too that we have listed below along with two new colors. Call that amazing and you won’t be wrong, right?
Introducing Two New Colors
Google Buds Pro is already available in Lemongrass, Coral, Charcoal, and Fog colorways. But it has been a year that calls for something new, right? Presenting Pixel Buds Pro in two new colorways – Bay and Porcelain. These are specially designed colors that will match your Pixel Watch 2, Pixel 8, and Pixel 8 Pro. Happy Twinning!
Double Bandwidth for Calls
Google Pixel Buds Pro supports Bluetooth Super Wideband. What this does is, it makes your sound fuller and clearer. The ‘Clear Calling’ feature on Pixel helps lower the noise on the other end of the call giving you a much clearer sound when you call someone.
Bluetooth inherently has a higher latency which means your gaming experience is often compromised and you feel less immersive. With the latest update in place, your Buds Pro has gained a new low-latency gaming mode that kicks in when playing any compatible game on a Pixel device. It cuts the latency in half allowing you to have a great gaming experience like never before.
Conversation Detection Mode ON
Let’s say you were listening to your favorite music and suddenly someone spoke to you. With the earbuds on, it is not likely that you will hear what they have to say to you. But with Buds Pro’s Conversation Detection, the AI-powered feature will pause the music, and enter its Transparency Mode allowing you to hold a conversation without taking the buds off. Once you are done with the conversation, your buds resume music and loop the Active Noise Cancellation mode right back in for an immersive experience.
Listening Stats for Hearing Wellness
Listening to music at an abnormally high volume and for prolonged periods can have a detrimental impact on your hearing abilities. With the Pixel Buds app, you get access to stats on how high you were listening to. It helps you keep your hearing in check by lowering the volume and relieving any excessive stress on the ears.
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