Pixel Buds Review – In one ear, out the other

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The Pixel Buds are Google’s almost-wireless answer to Apple’s AirPods, complete with Google Assistant built in. Our full Pixel Buds review covers their sound, style and functionality.

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41 thoughts on “Pixel Buds Review – In one ear, out the other

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  2. Here is my experience with Buds. It`s looks so clumsy in the ears. Maybe my ears are non-standard))) But, this headphones the most uncomfortable I`ve ever used. It`s awkwardly shaped and just barely easy to lose from the ear. I`m always want to fix them and once you will fix it be readу you would press sensoric button and stop the sound or chenge the volume.
    Nothing special with sound quality, however those cheapest headphones from Apple much better.
    But, at the same time the standard wired buds really nice, you would never lose them, sound is ok and you never want them to fix.

    So, $30 vs $159! I feel that Buds really worthless for that price.

  3. I wonder why Apple nor Google have put out a set of earbuds that have foam tips for isolation like Jabra did (& Comply makes for buds that use silicone tips). I guess music takes a backseat to voice?

  4. DO NOT BUY THESE! On pair 2 and have spent endless hours with tech support. They don't pair. They become unpaired easily. A pixel 2 phone won't see them. Junk at this point.

  5. …."instead of great smart functions on headphones that sound decent, they would have incredible sound first and just so happen to be enjoyably smart" and cheaper.

    "And that would be music to our ears"

  6. Thank you for confirming how it works. Looking for earbuds which have that fast pair feature and I like the Google assistant feature as well so gonna be waiting for these!

  7. Really wanted to like these, and took a gamble despite all the negative reviews. In my opinion: 1. Sound is fine, even though it's not noise cancelling. 2. The string is not a deal breaker. You won't even notice it. 3. Fit my ear just fine, even though the loops are an antiquated design. 4. Had zero problems pairing. Now what they don't tell you in the reviews are the list of issues long time users have. I also experienced a few. 1. Loses connection to Spotify somewhat. So if I got a call then went back to listening to music, I could not get the music to play with a tap. Once I started it back up from my phone, I can stop it again… but could not tap to restart the music. Spent some time with support, and the solution…. reset your phone every time it happens. Believe this is a Spotify issue… probably. 2. Google assistant does not acknowledge SMS messages as pending notifications. Now this is just stupid. Call support, and they will tell you that it is a known issue that they are working on.. problem is they have been working on it for a while. Think I'm just going to send them back. Like I said, I really really wanted these to workout. At $99 I'd probably dealt with the issues… but for $160. Pffffffffffffft

  8. Stationary designs and sound quality should be high end coming from google's brand for the based price. Give us more features beside google translator. Seriously.

  9. You sais the ear buds work best with the pixel 2 I have the pixel xl the first one . what is different with the pixel 1 and the pixel that makes the ear buds work better ? What doesn't work so good on the pixel 1

  10. This is the best review I've seen of the Pixelbuds. Lots of reviews are negative, but I think they miss the point: these buds are for those wearing them for the Assistant feature and so wearing them even when not listening to music. With that usage, noise isolation is a negative. Josh nails this one.

  11. Eh, I love you Google but… No, I can't use those.

    Yeah those just wouldn't do for me. I'm a basshead, so these just don't speak to me. But those gestures are really awesome!

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