The Google Pixel A-Series TWS earphones have surfaced on the internet once again, ahead of its launch that's rumored to happen at Google's I/O 2021 event on May 18th.
In a tweet that was subsequently deleted by the official Twitter account of Android - a company owned by Google, it was revealed that the Pixel A-Series earbuds will support Google's new "fast pair" technology for a quick Bluetooth pairing experience. It also highlighted the device compatibility with all Android smartphones running on Android 6.0 and above.
The tweet contained images that showed the Google Pixel A-Series earbuds having a similar design to the Pixel Buds.
The device has previously appeared on the web with the most recent being earlier this month when Google Nest users reportedly received an email that showcased several NEST products as well as a small image of Pixel A-Series sporting a forest green color.
The device has also appeared on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website when two TWS earphones with model numbers GPQY2 and G7YPJ, believed to be of Google Pixel Buds A-Series, were spotted on the FCC website.
According to the listing, we know the Google Pixel A-Series is equipped with Bluetooth 5.2 and it has the same dimensions of 27x20x15 mm just like the Pixel Buds which are currently available in the US.