Google has revealed its latest version of its two-year-old Pixel Buds headphones alongside the latest Pixel 4 phone. The Pixel Buds 2 is more petite and lighter, and they also discard that fabric-covered string that attached the initial pair. They’re absolutely wireless earbuds now, and that makes them a more suitable competitor against Apple AirPods, the Samsung Galaxy Buds, and others. Here is a complete review of Google Pixel Buds 2.
As we don’t know exactly how they sound or how great they’ll work as Google promised to make them available in the market in 2020. So finally, we are in 2020. Now we have little time left to get hands-on these wireless earbuds.
Google Pixel Buds 2
A lot of wireless earbuds are sluggish, can sometimes fall out of people’s ears, and may include tons of repairing to keep them compact and convenient. The reason AirPods have been so victorious, despite the clear audio quality shortcomings, is that they work great with the iPhone, have an adequate shape (some people may differ), and fit properly for most users.
The Pixel Buds 2 absolutely seems like a tremendous advancement over the primary Pixel Buds, which pointed out of your ears and suffered from an inconvenient bud pattern that suggested they required regular improvement.
The new Pixel Buds, though, look much smaller and lighter, although Google hasn’t released full specifications yet.