Google accidentally leaks Pixel Buds A in green
Google accidentally leaks Pixel Buds A in green

As the Google I / O 2021 event approaches, rumors of new devices are getting more and more popular, including inexpensive versions of the company's wireless headphones, the Pixel 5A and Pixel BudsA.

It appears Google accidentally leaked a small photo of the unreleased Pixel Buds A, and olive green emails were sent to those on the Google Nest mailing list.

Email featured new features for Google devices, including a link to the Google Store and Pixel BudsA in the Attachments category.

This little picture gives us a full understanding of the new Wireless Oil Green Headphone through the headphone and charging case.

These headphones transmit the external charging indicator upwards instead of the charging port directly, just like the second generation Pixel Buds.

Pixel Buds A's olive green is also much darker than the currently available Quite Mint color.

Standard Pixel Buds sell for $ 179, and Google can charge $ 99 or $ 129 for the latest, affordable headphones.

The early release of the marketing materials came after the FCC's listing of new Pixel Buds.

The second generation Pixel Buds are starting to have connection stability issues upon arrival. The company has tried several firmware updates to address these issues, but some customers still encounter issues.

The email address is "Nest Just Updated" and aims to inform users of new features in Nest Hub, including photo sharing, easier control of smart devices by voice, and the Apple TV app for Chromecast. Google TV.

These features were announced last week, and Google will likely announce Pixel Buds A as soon as possible.

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