Google unveils the Pixel Buds Pro with Active Noise Cancellation for $200

We first heard about the Pixel Buds Pro a few days ago, and Google has now made it a reality. The Pixel Buds Pro, which debuted at the Google I/O 2022 event, is the first Google earphones that include active noise cancellation (ANC). Let’s look at how it compares to the AirPods Pro, Samsung Buds Pro, and more.

Specs & Features of the Pixel Buds Pro

The Pixel Buds Pro’s main feature is Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), powered by a unique 6-core audio processor and employs Silent Seal to adapt to the user’s ears and suppress noise, its most total capability. This is used with “Transparency mode” to let outside noises in. The built-in sensors will also monitor a person’s ear pressure to ensure no ANC-related pain.

The ear tips are moldable to suit any ear, and the earbuds provide support for various touch controllers. They also include a Multipoint connection, which allows them to seamlessly switch between associated Bluetooth devices, including computers, tablets, televisions, and Android and iOS phones.

The earbuds have bespoke 11mm speaker drivers and a 5-band EQ that adjusts the mids, highs, and lows as the volume are adjusted. Clear speech output is aided with beamforming microphones, a voice accelerometer, and a wind-blocking mesh cover.

The Pixel Buds Pro works with Google Assistant and has 11 hours and 31 hours with the charging case. Wireless charging is also available for earphones. The new Pixel earphones are also water-resistant to IPX4, while the casing is water-resistant to IPX2.

Availability and Price

The Pixel Buds Pro will be available for pre-order beginning July 21, just like the Pixel 6a, and will cost $199.99 (approximately Rs 15,400). The color options for these earphones are Coral, Fog, Charcoal, and Lemongrass.