It’s a battle of the buds: Google’s new Pixel Buds A are now available for preorder at just $99, offering a more affordable wireless headphone option for Android users compared to last year’s Pixel Buds 2. But the lower price point comes at a cost: The Pixel Buds A lose features that some users may not be happy about.
Pixel Buds 2, which originally sold for $179 but are now available for less, feature wireless charging and the ability to swipe on the earbud for volume control.
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