Google’s second generation of Pixel Buds are said to launch sometime in Q3, 2020. The company’s truly wireless earbuds are long-awaited and finally, we have started receiving some intel on the same. Yesterday, the upcoming 2020 Google Pixel Buds (that’s not the final name of the product, using the 2020 moniker just for reference) received the wireless charging certification, which not only hints at an imminent launch, but also gives us some of the key details surrounding it. Take a look at the 2020 edition of the Google Pixel Buds and see what all the latest certification for Google’s TWS has in store for us.
Google Pixel Buds (G1013) Wireless Certification Confirms 5W Charging
For the unaware, the devices that come with support for Qi wireless charging need to be certified by the Wireless Charging Consortium and the upcoming 2020 Google Pixel Buds did the same as they were spotted on the WPC website. Note that the model number for the Google Pixel Buds is G1013, which could very well be the model number for the case of the 2020 Google Pixel Buds as that is the only part of the TWS that needs to be charged wirelessly.
Adding to this, the WPC certification confirms that the 2020 Google Pixel Buds will come with 5W of wireless charging support. 5W of charging is not ‘too fast’ by any means, but considering that we are dealing with earphones here and not a smartphone, it should suffice the basic need of topping up the battery to a certain extent.
As of now, this is pretty much all we know about the upcoming 2020 Google Pixel Buds, but since we have spotted them on one certification website already, we can safely expect to hear more about them in the coming days.
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