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Google thought about making the Pixel Buds Pro transparent

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Besides charcoal, the other color choices for Pixel Buds buyers are Pro Fog, Lemongrass, and Coral. But according to 9to5Google, code found in an app Google uploaded to the Play Store, listed eight different SKUs, each offering a different color earbud. We may not see Google ever releasing the Pixel Buds Pro in additional shades, but all eight are included in the code discovered:
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_CARBON
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_FOG
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_STANDARD_BLACK
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_REAL_RED
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_LIMONCELLO
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_PROCELAIN [sic]
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_APPROX_GREY
  • ALLEGRO_SKU_COLOR_CLEAR

The interesting one is obvious because it suggests that a clear version of the Pixel Buds Pro was being considered. But also noteworthy is the porcelain option misspelled by Google in the hidden line of code it found. If Google had chosen to list a porcelain version of the Pixel Buds Pro, the true wireless earbuds might have become Amazon’s best toilet bowl.

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The Pixel Buds Pro features Active Noise Cancellation to keep disturbing ambient noise out of your ear. As you walk through the city streets, Transparency mode allows you to hear background noises such as ambulance and police sirens warning you to get out of the way. When paired with the carrying case, users get up to 31 hours of use before needing a recharge.

Other features include Google Assistant integration, real-time language translation, and an update later this year will add spatial audio (3D surround sound) to the Pixel Buds Pro.

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