Google Pixel Buds Passed FCC Certification to Launch for Public

Pixel Buds

According to a Google report, Google will launch its second generation earphone Pixel Buds at the upcoming Google hardware event in New York. But it is not clear yet whether it will be wireless earphones or the company will provide first generation cables like this.

After a new set of Google TWS earbuds were certified by the Taiwanese regulator NCC, they have now also been approved by the FCC.

Along with these second generation Buds, the company can also launch some more products such as Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Second Generation Nest Mini Smart Speaker and Pixel Book Laptop. The first generation Pixel Bud was priced at Rs 11,300 which was launched in 2017.

In the coming time, many wireless earphone will be seen in the market. Because many companies are being ready for such earphones. According to a report, Apple is preparing to launch its noise-free AirPod by next year. Recently Microsoft also launched its Truly Wireless earphones, while Amazon has announced to launch Alexa-based wireless earphones.

The second-generation Google Pixel-Buds will have a 12 mm driver that is dynamic, as well as a USB C port for charging and 24-hour battery life.

The Pixel Buds headset will have a Google Assistant hands-free access so you can send text, receive instructions, or use Google Translate.

According to 9to5Google, the listing of Google Pixel Buds has been done by the FCC, as this process is required in the US. Every product launched here has to get proof of FCC before making it available to the public. Two listings of Google Pixel Buds have appeared on the websites G1007 and G1008. So it is estimated that this product will be in 2 models. It is just an assumption about the models, picture will clear after the launch.

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