Google had announced the Google Pixel Buds A truly wireless earphones in June. Initially, the Pixel Buds A were launched in Canada and the US. Now, Google is expanding the availability of the Pixel Buds A to more international markets, including India. The Pixel Buds A come with hands-free Google Assistant and 12mm dynamic drivers. They can deliver up to five hours of music listening time on a single charge or up to 24 hours using the charging case. The earbuds also feature a spatial vent to reduce in-ear pressure and improve comfort.

Google Pixel Buds A Price in India, Availability

The Google Pixel Buds A price in India is ₹9,999, and they come only in the Clearly White colour. These earbuds will go on sale in India starting August 25, 2021, via Flipkart, Reliance Digital, and Tata CLiQ stores.

Google Pixel Buds A Specifications

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The Google Pixel Buds A earbuds are trimmed-down versions of the original Pixel Buds that were launched by Google in the US last year. The Pixel Buds A pack 12mm dynamic drivers for full, clear, and, natural sound. The Pixel Buds A also have Adaptive Sound and Bass Boost options. Adaptive Sound can increase or decrease the volume based on your surroundings.

They use a Bluetooth 5.0 chip that supports SBC and AAC codecs. It also features Fast Pair for faster pairing. The earbuds have a spatial vent that reduces in-ear pressure for added comfort. The earbuds can be connected to any Android device running Android 6.0 and above. The earbuds also have an IPX4 rating for sweat and water resistance. The earbuds also feature a built-in Google Assistant hands-free support with compatibility for more than 40 languages.

Speaking of their battery life, the Pixel Buds A promise to deliver up to 5 hours of listening time on a single charge and around 24 hours with the case. The Pixel Buds A also have fast charging support and their case has a USB Type-C port for charging. With 15 minutes of charging, these earbuds can last up to 3 hours of music listening time or up to 1.5 hours of talk time.

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