A few months ago, Google launched its second fully wireless headphones, the Pixel Buds A, with a starting price of $ 100. Now the company has stopped selling the original Pixel Buds.

The company has yet to confirm production cessation in an official announcement, but the product has disappeared from the company’s online store in the United States. Also, the headphones can no longer be purchased from third-party stores, including Best Buy.

Google quietly stops selling Pixel Buds all-wireless headphones

Google is expected to release a full-fledged successor to the Pixel Buds this fall, which will offer features like active noise cancellation to rival the Apple AirPods 3 and Samsung Galaxy Buds 2.

In the meantime, Google fans only have the option to buy the Google Pixel Buds A, which have touch controls for answering calls and controlling playback. The earbuds are IPX4 rated and can last up to 5 hours without a charging case, or up to 24 hours with one.

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