Google starts shipping its first Bluetooth headphone 'Pixel Buds'

Google starts shipping its first Bluetooth headphone 'Pixel Buds'

The headphone is priced at $159 (around Rs. 10409)

By: || Updated: 13 Nov 2017 10:35 PM

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New Delhi: In its attempt to join the Bluetooth headphones bandwagon, Google’s Pixel Buds started its shipping.  The company claims that the user can experience real-time translation when you pair your Pixel Buds with Google Pixel phone. The user will just have to tell Google Assistant what language you need to be translated.

 



The company also claims that Google Pixel Buds are supported by Google so they work with 40 different languages. Now, you can have your personal translator with you 24x7. Here the catch is that Google Translate on Google Pixel Buds is only available on Pixel & Pixel 2.

Google’s Pixel Buds are connected by a cable and go behind your head or around your neck and the control is touch-sensitive. They with a case, which houses a 620 mAh battery.

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These wireless headphones you get 5 hours of listening time with just one charge. In order to use as a headset, the user will need a Bluetooth enabled companion device running with an Android 5.0 or higher and iOS 10.0 or higher.

The headphone comes at a price of $159 (around Rs. 10409) and it is available in 3 colors namely Just Black, Clearly White and Kinda Blue. Google Pixel Buds are currently not available in India.
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