The Google Pixel Buds Pro wireless earbuds are now officially available, and you can pre-order them today, alongside the Google Pixel 6A. Both devices went up for pre-order last week, and they’re now shipping out to customers all around the world. In today’s post, we’ll see whether Google has a chance to be taken more seriously with the latest Pixel Buds Pro wireless earbuds, which now feature Noise Cancellation and even more features.
As a quick recap, here’s a summary of what’s new in the Google Pixel Buds Pro. The earbuds cost $199.99, about $50 cheaper than the Apple AirPods Pro. It’s also more colorful, as it comes in four shades, including: Coral (Red), Fog (Light Blue), Charcoal (Black), and Lemongrass (Light Yellow).
The carrying case is white in all configurations, and they’re slightly larger and better than the original Pixel Buds and the A-Series. The earbuds also support Bluetooth 5.0, and are equipped with 11mm dynamic speaker drivers for a more immersive sound. Each earbud also packs three microphones.
Will the Pixel Buds Pro be able to take on AirPods?
It’s a tricky question since we haven’t yet had a chance to take the Pixel Buds Pro for a spin. While we can’t speak about the quality of the new earbuds, we can talk about the appearance, overall features, and quality of previous Google Pixel Buds. Based on the previous generation (non-A series), the earphones were some of the most compact devices on the market, and they featured most of the same functionality as current AirPods.
The Pixel Buds was smaller than any other Galaxy Buds and other competing earbuds on the market, which helped Google appeal to a much wider audience. The lower price tag of the Pixel Buds A-Series helped the company establish itself as a wireless earbuds brand, and it sold many of those devices, although we don’t have the number of those figures.
Previously, if you wanted to buy the perfect AirPods wireless earbuds for Android, your go-to options were to pick up either the Samsung Galaxy Buds, or the Google Pixel Buds devices. The US doesn’t sell other brands such as HONOR or HUAWEI, and users there have far fewer options due to high fees and other import taxes. Of course, Xiaomi, Sony, Sennheiser, and many other brands sell other excellent earbuds, but they’re usually on the larger side and not as compact.
What is Google doing right and wrong?
As mentioned previously, Google managed to ship and sell a lot of Pixel Buds A-Series of earbuds, mainly due to the competitive price tag and great bundle deals. A lot of carriers, and online offers threw in the wireless earbuds when users purchased the Google Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro devices, making it an even better and enticing deal. This strategy worked in Europe, and the low price certainly helped Google to sell even more units than it initially expected.
Going back to the previous Google Pixel Buds, it was sold at a similar price tag to the AirPods 2 at the time. It was competitive, but it was quickly outdated as the price came down, and the AirPods Pro was announced. The AirPods Pro features Spatial audio, and class-leading noise cancellation, both of which were missing from the original Pixel Buds. Additionally, Google didn’t update the Pixel Buds annually, and it’s been over two years since the software giant introduced the device. The earbuds were also typical Pixel products, and they faced a lot of criticism for software and hardware issues, most of which were later fixed in software updates. Still, the patchy release schedule remains, and we can only hope that the Pixel Buds Pro will fare better this time around.
Google has been building out its own ecosystem, and it’s been doing a decent job. The new Pixel Buds Pro earbuds feature all the missing features and functionality we had on our wishlist, and we can’t wait to test them and see the results for ourselves. We like what we’re seeing so far across all Pixel devices, and we’re hopeful that Google has learned from its previous rather unimpressive and disappointing product launches. If the release of the Pixel 6A and Pixel Buds Pro goes according to plan without any major issues, it could help Google strengthen its market share for its audio products and smartphones.
Google Pixel Buds Pro
The Google Pixel Buds Pro is the flagship wireless earbuds from the software giant. It packs Volume EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, wireless charging and all of the Google Assistant features you need.
Best deals today: M2 13-inch MacBook Pro, Samsung Galaxy products and more
M2 13-inch MacBook Pro
We start today’s deals with Apple’s M2-powered MacBook Pro, which currently receives a 12 percent discount. Usually fetching for $1,299, the latest version of Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro comes with a $1,149 price tag on its Space Gray color option, which means you can get your new laptop and save $150. This will also get you 8GB RAM, 256GB storage space, a 13-inch Retina Display, a backlit keyboard, and more.
However, you can also opt for a more expensive 14-inch MacBook Pro model that now sells for $1,900 after seeing a $100 discount on its 512GB storage model that’s powered by Apple’s M1 Pro chip with an 8‑core CPU and 14‑core GPU, and 16GB RAM.
If you’re looking for more affordable options, you can still get your hands on a new M1-powered MacBook Air for just $850 after a $150 discount, or get the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro for just $799 after scoring a very compelling 24 percent discount that will help you keep $250 in your pocket.
13-inch MacBook Pro
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro keeps the same old design but comes with the all-new second-generation Apple M2 chipset. The new chipset offers 20% better CPU performance than the last generation and a lot more.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
Next up, we have the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra that is now receiving up to $277 savings, representing a 21 percent discount. This amazing smartphone comes powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, 12GB RAM, and 256GB storage space. You also get an elegant design that resembles the long-gone Galaxy Note series.
However, you can also opt for the more affordable Galaxy S22 Plus which now sells for $800 after picking up a $250 discount. Or get last year’s Samsung Galaxy S20 FE that now sells for $500 with $100 savings. And if you want the best savings available on a new Galaxy phone, you can check out the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 that now sells for $1,200 after receiving a $600 discount representing 33 percent savings.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is one of the best Android devices available on the market. It features top-of-the-line specs, tons of power, an extraordinary camera, stylus support, and other great features.
Garmin Instinct Solar
Moving on to wearables, we have spotted some incredible savings on the Garmin Instinct Solar, which is now available for $260. This smartwatch normally sells for $350, so you can get yours and score $90 savings. It comes with a rugged design, which makes it perfect for those who love outdoor activities, and solar charging capabilities to help your battery last longer.
Other options include the Garmin Vivoactive 4, which now sells for $265. This model also comes with tons of sensors and features to keep track of your activities, and the best part is that it looks a bit more elegant, so you can wear it anywhere you want. It is currently receiving a 20 percent discount, which means you can save more than $65 if you choose to get one. And if you’re looking for something even more budget-friendly, check out the Garmin Venu Sq that now goes for $170 after receiving a $20 discount.
Garmin Instinct Solar
The Garmin Instinct Solar is an excellent alternative for those looking for a tough watch compatible with both Android and iOS devices. Plus, its advanced health monitors are a great tool for those users who love to track their progress in various activities.
Beats Studio Buds
Another great deal comes with the Beats Studio Buds that now sell for $100 after picking up a 33 percent discount representing $50 savings. The Beats Studio Buds come in five different color options, and the best part is that this deal applies to every single variant. In addition, these fantastic earbuds feature active noise cancelation, transparency mode, up to 24 hours of battery life, and IPX4 water and sweat resistance.
And you can also consider picking up a new pair of Sony LinkBuds S Truly Wireless Noise Canceling Earbud Headphones that now sell for $148 on both color options, which means you can enjoy these new earbuds and still get to save $51.99.
Beats Studio Buds
The Beats Studio Buds feature amazing class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts, active noise canceling, up to 24 hours of battery life with their charging case, and more.
Hisense A6 Series
Finally, you will also be able to take a new smart TV home for as low as 230 when you go for a new 43-inch Hisense A6 Series 4K UHD Smart Google TV, as it s currently receiving an 18 percent discount that will help you save $40. However, savings will vary depending on the display size you go for, as the best deal comes with the 55-inch version that is also receiving an 18 percent discount, which translates to more than $61 savings. In other words, you can take this model home for just $288, which is kinda great considering that Hisense delivers excellent products. And if you want the largest model, get ready to pay $618 after the latest $91 discount.
However, you can also add a new 64GB version of the Apple TV 4K to the package since it is now selling for $140 after the latest 30 percent discount that will get you $59 savings.
Hisense A6 Series Smart TV
The Hisense A6 Series Smart TV comes with a Voice Remote, support for Dolby Vision HDR, and DTS Virtual X. Plus, you also get sports & game modes, as well as a Chromecast built-in.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Renders Surface Online, Tip Key Specifications: All Details
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro renders have reportedly leaked and some key specifications of the earbuds have also been tipped. The renders indicate that the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro may come in a grey colour option. The report has hinted that the earbuds will come equipped with 10mm drivers and feature multiple microphones on each bud. Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro price was reportedly leaked late last month. The earbuds from the South Korean company have been hinted to come in three colour options. The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are said to be the successor of the Galaxy Buds 2.
According to the German website Winfuture, the upcoming Galaxy Buds 2 Pro could come in a grey colour option. The earbuds have also been tipped to house 10mm drivers and multiple microphones on each earbud.
A report late last month had indicated that the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will be priced at $230 (roughly Rs. 18,300).The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro have been hinted to launch later this year. The South Korean tech giant is hosting its Galaxy Unpacked event on August 10. However, it is being suggested that the Galaxy Buds Pro 2 will not be a part of the event lineup.
The alleged renders of the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro were previously leaked in early July and the true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones were hinted to come in three colour options — Bora Purple, Graphite, and White. The renders also hinted that the earphones have a different design as compared to the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 launched last year.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are said to be the successor of the Galaxy Buds 2. The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 are priced at Rs. 11,999 in India. They are available in Graphite, Lavender, Olive Green, and White colour options.
Nothing B155, B157 Wireless Earbuds Allegedly Bag SGS Fimko Certification, Launch Imminent
Nothing Phone 1, the first smartphone from the UK brand, led by ex-OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, was unveiled globally last month. Now the company is reportedly working on two new audio devices with Nothing B155 and Nothing B157 monikers and the models are reportedly undergoing internal testing in several European and Asian regions. Ahead of an official announcement, the upcoming wireless earphones have allegedly bagged the SGS Fimko certification. Nothing B157 is said to have cleared the Indian BIS certification as well. The new earbuds are expected to succeed the original Nothing Ear 1 earbuds that were launched last year.
Tipster Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) tweeted the screenshots of the alleged listing of Nothing B155 and Nothing B157 wireless earphones on the SGS Fimko website. As per the leak, both earphones will come with a charging case. The listing suggests that both the devices will support 5W charging.
The tipster also spotted the Nothing B157 on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website, hinting at an imminent launch in India. The new models are said to be undergoing internal testing in various European and Asian regions and could be unveiled by the end of third quarter of 2022.
Last year, Nothing Ear 1 were launched at Rs. 5,999 in India with a semi-transparent design. The truly wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds feature 11.6mm dynamic drivers and include Bluetooth v5.2 connectivity. There is also support for both wired and wireless charging.
The Ear 1 earbuds offer active noise cancellation (ANC) feature and there is also a transparency mode. The Nothing Ear 1 have touch controls to allow for quick control of playback, noise cancellation and transparency modes, and volume. Moreover, the earbuds are rated to deliver up to 34 hours of battery life in total — with the bundled case.
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