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Pixel Buds A-Series give you rich, high-quality sound for much less than you’d expect. Its beamforming microphones help keep calls crystal clear. Flush-in-ear design and stabilizing bow keep earphones comfortably in place. To play music, check the weather or get notifications, just say “Ok Google” or press and hold the earbud for help. And with up to 5 hours of listening time on a single charge or up to 24 hours with the charging case, you can keep listening anywhere. All listening times are approximate and measured using pre-production hardware and software playing music and conversations, with the case and Pixel Buds A-Series fully charged and other features disabled. The case is used to recharge the Pixel Buds A-Series when their batteries are depleted. Charging times are approximate. Using other features will reduce battery life. Battery life depends on the device, features enabled, usage, environment, and many other factors. Actual battery life may be less. Google Assistant requires a Google Assistant-enabled Android 6.0 or later device, a Google account, and an Internet connection. Data rates may apply. For available languages and minimum requirements, visit g.co/pixelbuds/help.
Pixel Buds A-Series have custom-designed 12mm dynamic speaker drivers that deliver rich, high-quality audio
With a flush-fit design, three eartip sizes, and a stabilizing bow, the wireless earbuds stay in place and create a smooth seal for incredible sound.
Get up to 5 hours of listening time or 2.5 hours of talk time on a single charge, or listen for up to 24 hours with the charging case
Play music, get directions, check the weather, or have notifications read to you just by using your voice; or press and hold the headset to talk to Google
Pair the Pixel Buds A-Series with your Pixel or any Android device with just a tap; or quickly and easily connect to iOS or any other Bluetooth 4.0+ device
The wireless headphones are waterproof, so rainy days and sweaty workouts are no problem.
Adaptive Sound adjusts volume as you move between quiet and noisy environments, so you don’t have to