The first pair of truly wireless earbuds from Google is inching closer to its launch. After being certified for wireless charging earlier this month and passing through the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group) in January, the second-gen Pixel Buds have been listed today on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The listing includes two model numbers, G1007, and G1008, which presumably applies to either the left and right earbuds, or the earbuds and the charging case together. The entry further notes that the devices “are too small to fit the FCC ID” and that the details about the certification would be limited to both the packaging and the user manual.
Google was just finding availability in Spring 2020 back in October. The developer conference was the most likely location for launch until Google’s in-person and interactive I / O was canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Google is now likely to make them available only through a blog post.
We in every way reflect an improvement in the first generation. While being completely portable, in addition to USB-C, the case is sleek and pocketable, with a portable price. The battery life is measured on a single charge and 24 hours in the case of five hours of listening time.
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