The Pixel Buds will also ramp up the volume if they detect something loud happening nearby, like a coffee maker swinging into action.
With the new Pixel Buds, you can use either Bud independently from the other.
The first-generation Pixel Buds were not a fan-favorite.
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The earbuds are created to have a secure fit and earbuds that seal the ears but they also have what is called an ambient vent that keeps you connected to the outside world. You'll need to have Location History enabled, though.
If you don't have a Pixel, however, the app is a must-download if you want to unlock the full functionality of your new Pixel Buds. Well, Google says that when you adjust the volume "Adaptive Sound will be temporarily disabled to respect your settings". This is a big help when you're on vacation or a business trip overseas. The Google Assistant can even pipe real-time translations into your ear. After months of being in development even after the announcement, the new Google Pixel Buds have finally gone on sale in the U.S., priced at $179 (approximately Rs. 13,700).
Like the AirPods, the Pixel Buds will work anywhere Bluetooth does, from your phone to your laptop. They are now only available in Clearly White, but three additional colors: Oh So Orange, Quite Mint, and Almost Black will be available in the coming months. Google notes that the earbuds include a special sensor that is used to allow for clear audio when you are making calls.
Right now, you can't preorder the Google Pixel Buds, but if you join the aforementioned waiting list, you'll receive an email as soon as they're available to buy.