Pixel Buds A Series, are the type of Google earphones that do need any attention after you wear them. You can simply forget that you have the earphones plugged into your ears; so comfortable are the earbuds that come with an IPX4 rating and a reasonable price. The light-weight and the ease of wearing the earbuds for long hours are reasons for the popularity of the Google Pixel buds A Series suitable for rainy climates, athletes, and fitness freaks who wear the earbuds at the height of their activities. Besides the excellent fit, several features packed in the device make life easier and enhances productivity. The aesthetics and clean integration with Android software satisfy Google fans, and even the productivity-minded users would find it beneficial.
Pixel Buds A Series – True Wireless Earphones
The premium sounding Google Pixel buds made from matte and glossy plastic have silicone stabilizers and three sizes of silicone ear tips. It has the feature of a spatial vent, is IPX4 water-resistant, and ensures passive noise reduction. The hardware consists of a 12mm custom sound driver, proximity sensor, microphones that form a dual-beam, motion-detecting accelerometer, touch controls, and for a case close detection; it has the ‘Hall Effect’ sensor.
The battery lasts for 5 hours on a single charge, and with a fully charged case, it provides 24 hours of playback time. The USB-C port helps charge the buds, and you get 3 hours of listening time for a 15-minute charge of the Google Pixel buds A Series. Equipped with Bluetooth 5.0, the earbuds can interact with Google Assistant by calling out ‘Hey Google’ or via touch hold, and users receive notifications courtesy of the Assistant.
The other notable features include automatic volume adjustment, in-call noise reduction, Android fast pair, and Bass Boost.
The design of the Google Pixel buds is identical to the Pixel Buds released in 2020. The rounded egg-shaped case looks attractive, and the absence of a wireless charging coil makes the device lighter. The sturdy flip-up stays firmly in place when closed, supported by the magnetic clasp. The beamforming microphone is at the bottom of the bud, and the noise-reducing microphone is at the top. Each bud weighs 5 grams, which gives a feeling of not wearing anything.
Sound Quality and Phone Calls
The Google Pixel buds A Series delivers a well-balanced sound, and the mids and highs are quite clear. Those looking for ear-booming bass should find the earbuds most satisfying. Although users might have mixed reactions to the trebles, listening to dialogues and podcasts provides an excellent experience. The sound quality is exceptionally good for earbuds in the price range, and the average consumer cannot ask for anything more.
Despite the compatibility of the earphones with iOS, to get the most from it, you should pair them with some Android devices. For non-Pixel phones, you must use the Pixel App to access all the features and controls. You can use the bud to locate a bud you have placed somewhere and cannot retrieve.
Google Assistant gives a shot in the arm to the Pixel buds A Series for facilitating excellent integration with Android.