The rumored and now basically confirmed — although nonetheless unannounced — Pixel Buds A-Sequence true wi-fi earbuds have been leaked by none apart from Google itself…once more. This time round, the product was the topic of a tweet that apparently went stay sooner than deliberate, one which was shortly deleted, however not quickly sufficient to forestall the information from spreading.
Google has not formally introduced its Pixel Buds A-Sequence product, but it surely has confirmed that they exist. First surfaced the rumors in regards to the mannequin, then Google later tipped off customers in early April with an e-mail about Google Nest merchandise — and that e-mail included a picture of the beforehand leaked Pixel Buds A.
This second unintentional leak is way extra substantial, nonetheless, leaving little doubt we’ll quickly see a possible cheaper model of its true wi-fi earbuds that includes the identical ‘A’ designation used to suggest its extra inexpensive Pixel smartphones.
The leak came about on the official Android Twitter account, as spied by 9to5Google; it included a picture of the Pixel Buds A-Sequence in white, in addition to an announcement that the brand new earbuds ‘have arrived.’ In line with the tweet, the Pixel Buds A-Sequence will characteristic an up to date Quick Pair ‘expertise’ with one-tap Bluetooth pairing.
The tweet, which was shortly deleted, likewise reveals that the brand new mannequin will help Android 6.0 and later, however that’s the extent of the official affirmation. Sadly, we nonetheless don’t know the complete specs for these earbuds or the worth, however given the ‘A’ designation, it appears cheap to imagine they’ll be cheaper than the $179 Pixel Buds.