New leaks reveal Google Pixel Buds Pro to arrive 'soon' ahead of Google I/O 2022
Google I/O 2022 is just a week away! Know that the new Pixel buds Pro will make its debut with active noise cancellation feature soon.
Google I/O, the software and services giant's annual keynote, is only a week away and a new leak has teased the arrival of the Google Pixel Buds Pro. The two-days event will begin on May 11. While Google CEO Sundar Pichai has already confirmed the display of several hardwares during Google I/O 2022, leaker Jon Prosser suggests that we'll get to see the Google Pixel Buds Pro, a new version of Google's wireless earbuds soon. The device is expected to compete with Apple's AirPods and assorted Galaxy Buds from Samsung. Prosser has tweeted that the updated earbuds are set to arrive "soon" in four colour variants - Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello and Fog. Well! Any official confirmation on the launch of Pixel Buds Pro from Google is yet to come.
Google Pixel Buds Pro coming 🔜— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 3, 2022
Real Red, Carbon, Limoncello, Fog
While the Pixel Buds A-series lacked the ANC (active noise cancellation), constant connectivity issues and capacitive gesture controls, We've heard that Google has been working hard to improve its wireless earphones. Here is what to expect from upcoming Pixel Buds Pro Pixel Buds Pro: Expected features The device is likely to come with an active noise cancellation feature that was missing from Google's earbuds lineup. However, these features are already available on Apple AirPods Pro. Since, battery life on the Pixel Buds 2 has also disappointed us, so we expect the upcoming device to have better performance.
These are just speculated Pixel Buds Pro features as there haven't been many rumors detailing Google's upcoming earbuds .
Meanwhile, Google I/O keynote will commence at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT on May 11. Apart from earbuds, the rumors are swirling around the launch of the Pixel 6a as a lower cost version of the Pixel 6 series, and perhaps a new Nest Hub as well. Moreover, the long-rumored Pixel Watch is also expected to make its debut at the developers' conference.