Google announced the Pixel 5A for the US and Japanese markets. The affordable Pixel A-series phone comes with a Snapdragon 765G SoC and a 12.2MP dual-camera setup on the back. Google is not launching its A-series Pixel phone in India as of now. The company, however, has debuted its A-series truly wireless earbuds in India. The Pixel Buds A-series was launched earlier this year in the US. It features custom 12mm dynamic drivers that are claimed to deliver clear, natural sound. Let’s take a look at the Pixel Buds A-series price in India, specs, features and other details.
Google Pixel Buds A-series price in India
Google has launched the Pixel Buds A-series in India. The new Google earbuds were launched earlier this year in the US and come to India with a Rs 9,999 price tag. In the US, the earbuds are available for $99 (roughly Rs 7,400). It comes in a single Clearly White colour in India. The Buds A-series will be available for purchase via Flipkart, Reliance Digital, and Tata Cliq starting August 25.
Specs and features
The A-series earbuds are a trimmed down version of the original Buds launched in the US. It misses out on wireless charging and swipe controls for volume adjustment. Google, however, claims that the A-series earbuds offer the same sound quality as the original Buds. It features 12mm custom dynamic drivers that aim to deliver full, clear and natural sound. The earbuds also feature a Bass Boost mode to focus on the low tones.
The A-series Pixel Buds also feature Adaptive Sound, which increases or decreases the volume based on your surroundings. For a better experience during calls, the buds use beamforming mics to focus on your voice and reduce outside noise.
Like all Google products, the Buds A-series comes with support for Google Assistant. You can continue listening to music by simply saying commands like “Hey Google, play my music.” Pixel Buds A-Series allows users to get real-time translation in more than 40 languages (including Bengali, Hindi, and Tamil) right in their ear while using Google Pixel or Android 6.0+ phone. All the users need to do is, say “Ok Google, help me speak (name of the language)” to start a conversation.
It comes with IPX4 tasting for sweat and splash resistance. The earbuds deliver five hours of battery life on a single charge. With the charging case combined, users get up to 24 hours worth of juice. It also comes with quick charge support, which is claimed to offer three hours of listening time within 15 minutes of charge.