Saturday, January 28

The arrival of the Pixel Buds Pro is imminent: spatial audio and four different colors

Recent leaks suggest a possible unveiling of the Google Pixel Buds Pro, possibly for next week’s Google I/O. We tell you what they are expected to bring.

The Google I/O is just around the corner, and with it comes a lot of news from the company of the great G, and in turn they follow one another certain types of leaks regarding what we will see, and today we bring you one of them.

5 years ago Google introduced the Buds, its first wireless headphones, which came with a cable, and with which I was trying to get my head into a market that was beginning to be notorious for Apple’s AirPods.

Three years later, Google presented its first True Wireless (TWS) headphones, the Buds (2020), which came with a distinctive and very beautiful design, as we told you in this analysis.

At the end of the summer of last year, Google presented its Buds A, cheap headphones by the company, which we also analyzed. Headphones with lower specifications than the Buds (2020) but with a very premium design and materials.

Now as it has been leaked, the Pixel Buds Pro are on the way, a premium edition and focused on offering the latest in TWS technologyand with which Google intends to punch the table, after finally having released a Pixel phone with which it has managed to make a name for itself again.

According to Jon Prosser, well known for a lot of successful product leaks from many companies, these will also come in 4 colors: Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello and Fog.

Pixel Buds A

Google Pixel Buds A, analysis and opinion

But that’s not all, since as I told you recently, Google is working on support for spatial audio and head movement tracking for Android 13, with which it is expected that these add this cool feature that we have already seen in the Apple AirPods Pro, and that they are sensational, especially for the consumption of movies and series.

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And it is that, as Mishaal Rahman, an Android expert, tells us, the fact that support for spatial audio has been added, support for head tracking and support for BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) audio, which is already available for all, can make this a more than recommended headphones.

The truth is that this news is quite interesting, and from ComputerHoy we will be waiting for Google I/O next week to bring you everything that is presented at the conference; Pixel Buds Pro, Android 13, Pixel Watch… One of the most important conferences in recent years is coming up.

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