Google’s first pair of true-wireless earbuds are inching closer to their launch. The second-gen Pixel Buds have been today listed on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) after getting certified for wireless charging earlier this month and passing through the Bluetooth SIG in January.
The listing features two model numbers, G1007 and G1008 which likely refers either to the left and right earbuds or the earbuds together and the charging case. The entry further says that the devices “are too small to accommodate the FCC ID” and thus, the certification information will be limited to the packaging as well as the user manual. There’s no fixed timeline for when products launch once they’re through the FCC. However, if history is any indication, it should take at least two to three weeks.
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