When the Google Pixel Buds launched last year, the wireless headphones were only available in two countries: The United States and Canada.
That is finally changing, as first noticed by Android Police. Beginning today, Google Pixel Buds are now available in three new areas: Australia, Germany, and in the United Kingdom. In Australia, the Pixel Buds will cost a customer $249 AUD, and in Germany the headphones cost €179. Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, to get a pair of Google’s Pixel Buds you’ll need to hand over £159.
The features are still the same. You’ll get a pair of wireless headphones with a charging case. The headphones themselves are attached by a single wire, but you connect to your device of choice via Bluetooth. Google Assistant, the company’s digital personal assistant, is a primary feature on the Pixel Buds, and if you have a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, you can use Google Translate in real-time utilizing the feature.
Now that Google Pixel Buds are rolling out to more international markets, do you think you’ll pick up a pair if they are now available in your neck-of-the-woods?
[via Android Police]