Pixel Buds Pro have to make up for Google’s biggest earbud mistakes - 9to5Google
May 21, 2022 1 min, 18 secs
There’s been a lot to love with the Pixel Buds series, but also some serious mistakes.

In 2017, the company released the first pair of Pixel Buds alongside the Pixel 2 series, to pretty much wide criticism.

In 2019, Google announced the first truly wireless Pixel Buds, which were fully released in early 2020 – that feels like a decade ago, for some reason.

To this day, I still appreciate the stellar gesture controls and pressure-relieving vent of the Pixel Buds, and it keeps them as a pair of earbuds I regularly use.

Despite its problems, Google kept selling the Pixel Buds (2020) for over a year before ultimately discontinuing the earbuds in favor of its newest model.

In mid-2021, Google announced the Pixel Buds A-Series, a trimmed-down version of the company’s earbuds that cost just $99.

However, the Pixel Buds A-Series weren’t completely free of problems.

With the Pixel Buds Pro, Google is putting a lot more resources into succeeding where it previously failed, and we have to hope it means we’ll get some meaningful improvements.

Second, there are the improvements we saw in Pixel Buds A-Series.

With the Pixel Watch, Pixel 7, and Pixel Tablet on the way, the earbuds that connect to all of them need to hit the market.

But eventually, Google pulled out all of the stops with the Pixel 6 series, and had a release that really made a difference.

Hopefully, that’s where the Pixel Buds Pro will end up – a great release that we can all love, just hopefully with fewer quirks than the Pixel 6 series has seen to date.

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