Google announced their first ever wireless earphones, the Pixel Buds. The Pixel Buds will cost you $159 and they come in three colors: black, white, and blue.
These wireless earphones offer in-ear type design with a circular surface which is capable of recognizing the gestures to perform certain tasks. You can use the gestures to control music, volume rocker, answer calls or to activate the Google assistant. Google assistant can be used to set reminders, control music, access maps and other general activities.
Pairing the Pixel Buds with the new Pixel smartphones enables a new cool feature. You can now use the Google Translator to have a real-time translation of conversations. All you have to do is speak directly into the earbuds with your supported native language and your phone’s speaker will broadcast the translated sentence in real-time. Google says at the moment the translation works seamlessly with 40 languages.
Stay tuned for the updates.
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