Google introduced its updated Pixel Buds Pro during I/O 2022. They are Google's first wireless earbuds with active noise cancelation (ANC).
But the Pixel Buds Pro don't just feature noise cancelation. According to Google, it has adaptive noise cancelation. The built-in 6-core audio processor makes a profile for your specific ear. 'Silent Seal' then ensures that all unwanted noise stays out.
Still, there are situations where you want to hear outside noise. When you're in traffic, for example. Transparency Mode lets you hear ambient noise. In addition, the Pixel Buds Pro is equipped with 11mm large drivers for loud and clear sound.
With Google Assistant
The exterior of the Buds Pro is touch-sensitive, allowing you to pause music or answer phone calls with a single tap. A swipe lets you control the volume, and holding down activates active noise cancelation (ANC). Like the Pixel Buds A, the Pixel Buds Pro supports Google's own Assistant. The battery lasts for 31 hours when used with the included charging case.
Expect the Google Pixel Buds Pro to hit stores starting in July for a suggested retail price of $199.