Technology Pixel Buds A Series briefly revealed on Android's Twitter account, then deleted

00:45  05 may  2021
00:45  05 may  2021 Source:   cnet.com

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Google posted an image of the unannounced Pixel Buds A - Series earbuds on the Android Twitter account — only to delete it a few minutes later. The company’ s latest buds are expected to sell for less than the regular 9 Pixel Buds . The tweet, which also mentioned the “quality sound and quick Bluetooth pairing” of Google’ s latest buds , has since been deleted . Google has a history of, well, just tweeting out future products, but this does seem to have been an error. Google I/O 2021 is scheduled to start in two weeks on May 18th.

Camera failures on Pixel 2 and up. Report major recurring bugs by messaging the moderating team. NOTE: You must be signed into your Google account to view bugs on the Google Issue Tracker. Also, a reminder to users visiting links to the Issue Tracker: star the issue. My buds keep disconnecting and then reconnecting, or one earbud doesn't even connect. Firmware is updated, have disabled all the ear detection and other features and it didn't fix anything. It' s super frustrating that a pair of earbuds this pricey can't function normally.

Google has accidentally revealed its upcoming ear buds on Twitter. The Android account tweeted out a picture revealing the new Pixel Buds on Tuesday afternoon, before quickly deleting the tweet.

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"Quality sound and quick Bluetooth pairing," the tweet read. "The new Pixel Buds A-Series have arrived. Enjoy one-tap Bluetooth pairing with the updated Fast Pair experience on Android."

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The slip follows Google last month appearing the leak the new Pixel Buds A by showing them off in a dark green color in an email to the Google Nest mailing list, 9to5Google reported in April.

Google didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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