Google Pixel Bud is a headphone that is connected with a fabric loop and it comes with a touchpad on the right bud which is basically for skipping songs, volume control and activating Google Assistant. This Google AI can give directions, start a call, and of course play music. This device obviously puts Google on the earbud map as it is expected to work amazingly well with other smartphones.
This product is designed to work better with the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL and it can translate in real time with the help of these smartphones. All you have to do is speak to the Pixel Bud and the smartphone will translate your words into 40 different languages. These words will be played back to your ear via the Pixel Buds.
With its small wireless charging case, the Pixel Buds can easily be recharged, and each recharge lasts for 24 hours. The Google Pixel Buds come in three colour variants, Just Black, Clearly White and Kinda Blue. It will be available for pre-order from today but they will start selling in the US from November with a $159 price tag. Canada, the UK, Germany, Australia, and Singapore will follow later in November.
It is worthy of mention that Google also unveiled a smart accessory called “Google Clips”. Google Clips is a little camera that is configured to identify precious moments and capture them automatically. These snapshots can be reviewed quickly on your smartphone through the Google Clips app and you can decide to delete images that you don’t need.
Designed to work with Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy S7/S8, and iPhone (6 and up), this product which works on Android and iOS is still designated “coming soon” and it will retail for $249.