Finally, we’re expecting a single model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage to keep things simple. There’s no word yet on pricing, but given that Google Pixel 4a costs £349, we’d expect to see something very similar from its successor too.
Before all that, Google will announce a new version of its Apple AirPod–like Pixel Buds, according to Prosser. It’s unclear exactly what will be different about the new model, however, we’ve seen Samsung seriously boost the battery life of its wireless earbuds and add noise-cancellation in its recent models, so we could reasonably expect a similar tweak from Google. Either way, if you’re looking for a shiny new toy to tide you over until the Pixel 5a arrives, a new pair of earbuds to listen to music, podcasts, make hands-free calls and Zoom meetings could be just the ticket.
As you’d expect, Express.co.uk will be keeping our ears close to the ground and will bring you the latest news from Google’s R&D department as soon as we hear it.
Published at Thu, 11 Mar 2021 09:31:43 +0000