Google launched its own TWS earbuds, the Pixel Buds, last year and now the company is working on the next generation of these wireless earbuds. In early April, we learned that Google is working on new TWS earbuds called the Pixel Buds A, which were speculated to be launched alongside the Pixel 5 later this year. But now, it seems like the tech giant has “accidentally” leaked its next pair of wireless earbuds and announced the Pixel Buds A-Series. This appears to be an accidental revelation as the company quickly deleted the tweet, likely after realizing it was live.
Google posted a tweet through its @Android account, revealing its upcoming entry-level variant of the Pixel Buds — the Pixel Buds A-Series. Surprisingly, the tweet was deleted after being live for about ten minutes. The “accidental” tweet said the TWS headphones “have arrived.” The social media post also advertised the recently redesigned Fast Pair UI experience. Apart from the deletion of the social media post, one more thing that confirms it was accidental is that there is no such accompanying announcement from Made by Google nor there is any Google Store retail listing.
Pixel Buds A-Series May Arrive With Fast Pair
As per the latest revelation, the upcoming TWS earphones from Google will be called the “Pixel Buds A-Series.” Both the tweet and the attached image confirm this name along with the mention and image of the Fast Pair experience. In the shared image, the wireless headsets are shown in predominantly white color. As you can see in the attached image, the Pixel Buds A-Series headsets are being connected to a Google Pixel phone with Fast Pair. This is all we can know from the social media post, but at least we now know the name of Google’s next headphones.
A few weeks back, we also saw that Google might remove swipe volume gestures from the upcoming Pixel Buds A. Currently, we don’t know when the Pixel Buds A-Series will go official, but we expect an official unveil is probably Imminent with I/O 2021, which is scheduled to begin on May 18.