Google Pixel Buds Pro getting four additional colours


In four hues, the Google Pixel Buds Pro will be available, although not in all regions.

(Image credit: Google)

After months of speculation, Google unveiled the Pixel Buds Pro on May 11 at Google I/O 2022 in San Francisco. From the battery life to active noise suppression, there’s no shortage of things to be enthusiastic about. For the time being, we’re leaning towards the Pixel Buds Pro as a replacement for our Airpods Pro.

The good news is that Google has given us a release date, colour options, and availability information. A pre-order window opens on July 21 and the earphones will be available for purchase starting on July 28.


Coral, Fog, Charcoal, and Lemongrass are just a few of the Pixel Buds Pro’s upcoming colours. Coral and Lemongrass stand out as very attractive choices, as do the other bright hues. The splash of colour will now be available in many more nations, despite Google’s history of restricting it to a small number of locales.

Pixel Buds Pro in Lemongrass color (Image credit: Google)

To put things in perspective, the Pixel Buds A-series were only available outside of the United States and Canada in Clear White. The Pixel Buds were only offered in ten countries; the Pro version will be available in an additional twelve, including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan, as well as other European countries. All four colours of Pixel Buds Pro will be available in these countries. Pixel Buds Pro will be available in limited colour options in countries including Canada, Australia, Ireland, Taiwan, and Singapore.

In spite of the fact that they appear to be the first nations to get the Pixel Buds Pro, more countries will be added in the future.


Following concerns of issues with the Pixel Buds that were released in 2020, the Pixel Buds Pro were released in 2021. Unlike the original Buds, the Buds Pro don’t have the wing-tips on the side. A unique audio processor appears to be significantly enhancing the noise suppression in these headphones. With continuous listening, Google claims 11 hours of battery life. Spatial audio, previously seen on Apple’s Airpods, will also be supported.

The Pixel Buds Pro cost $199 / £179 / AU$299, which is more than double the price of the Pixel Buds A-series, which are more affordable.

Things are looking up, and we’ll see if Google can deliver on its promises with the Pixel Buds Pro and make it onto our list of the best noise cancelling earbuds. It’s exciting to see the audio segment acquire a new lease on life with the addition of the Coral hue.


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