We’re not saying they’ve been discontinued, but if you take a trip to Google’s online store in the US and Canada, you’ll find that there doesn’t seem to be an option to purchase their genuine Pixel Buds. second generation wireless. . Its most recent Pixel Buds A-Series are still available, but the list dedicated to the Pixel Buds themselves is gone.
Google won’t officially say if the second-generation Pixel Buds are nearing end of life. What is that will to confirm is that they are “out of stock in the Google Store in the US and Canada at this time” and that there is no additional stock. “Some third-party retailers may still have inventory on hand and they remain for sale in other markets if inventory permits,” a spokesperson said. “As inventory allows” definitely gives the impression that Buds are reaching the end of their lives, but like I said, Google refuses to say the word “stopped.”
Police Android reports that the buds are still available in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain and the UK. Sure enough, on the UK Google Store, the Pixel Buds are still available, but when it comes to third-party retailers, John Lewis lists them as unavailable with a note stating that it is “unlikely to receive more stock of this item.” .
Ultimately, these are many signs that the second-gen Pixel Buds are on the verge of dying out after about a year on sale. But given their average battery life and persistent reports of connection issues, we can’t say we’re too surprised to see them go. If you’re an existing owner, Google says you’ll “continue to receive ongoing support for features, software fixes, and critical security updates.”