Google is expected to announce its new Google Pixel Buds update in Q3 of 2020. In October 2019, the company announced the initial Pixel Buds and is expected to hit the market soon.
The business has started working on the successor to the original Pixel Buds even before Google could get a hold of the market. The new Google Pixel Buds received Wireless Power Consortium certification earlier today. Sadly, the WPC page doesn’t say much about the earphones apart from the fact that 5W wireless charging will come with them.
The gadgets that come with Qi wireless charging support need to be accredited by the Wireless Charging Consortium and the upcoming 2020 Google Pixel Buds did the same as they were spotted on the WPC website, for the unaware. Note that the Google Pixel Buds model number is G1013, which could very well be the model number for the 2020 Google Pixel Buds as this is the only part of the TWS that needs to be charged wirelessly.
We still don’t have an exact release date for the Google Pixel Buds, but we’ve been told they’ll arrive in the first half of 2020 maybe around the month of June.
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