The headphones go on sale August 27th.
The company's first set of earbuds have an impressive feature set, including IPX4, ANC, wireless charging, and more.
The buds will undercut important competitors to stand out, like OnePlus phones of years past.
Google's cheapest earbuds to date are incredibly solid and make for a compelling buy compared to more expensive offerings.
I just bought a pair of these headphones, and I totally get why people like them so much.
Two missing features helped Google cut the price of Pixel Buds by $80.
The headphones could support hi-fi streaming in Apple Music.
Plus, Twitter's upcoming subscription service is reportedly called "Blue."
Another leak about cheaper Pixel Buds has surfaced, because of course it has.
The new earbuds go on sale this May starting at $119.99.
9to5Google discovered a dark green pair of Pixel Buds, and they might be Google's cheaper alternative that have yet to be unveiled.
They go on sale tomorrow, January 15th, for $199.
The new headphones launch on December 15 and ship in five colors.
The headphones are expected to ship in early 2021.
They're expected to ship alongside the Galaxy S21 in January.
Read all about what Bloomberg is expecting this fall from the Cupertino company.
The buds' first feature drop has arrived.
They launch tomorrow for $169.99.
Good news for those of you with Pixel Buds and connectivity problems.
Bringing the original buds more in line with their successors.
They look to improve heavily on the first generation of Pixel Buds.
They go on sale "soon."
It's also likely that the company will stick with its $179 price tag.
They'll retail for $149 starting on Wednesday.