Google’s Pixel Buds Pro come with some nice upgrades to sound quality as well as hardware and software features, made possible by some clever engineering from Google. As such, it seems that the earbuds are scheduled to get some new upgrades soon.
According to some information obtained by the good folks over at 9to5Google, Google is planning on bringing a couple of new improvements to the earbuds, which include a five-band equalizer and volume balancing. A new update was spotted for the Pixel Buds app via Google Play, which references a new EQ feature which will come with five horizontal sliders, as well as seven presets for “Balanced,” “Clarity,” “Default,” “Heavy Bass,” “Last Saved,” “Light Bass,” and “Vocal Boost.”
Further examination of the .apk reveals that the app will soon offer a volume-balance slider, which will enable users to play music/movies at varying volumes for each ear.
The Pixel buds Pro were launched back in July alongside the Google Pixel 6a. In addition to the upcoming software upgrades we’ve mentioned above, they also come with nifty features like Google’s newly-introduced “Silent Seal” design, 11mm drivers, and up to 31 hours of battery life, to name a few.