Google has released yet another firmware update to its Pixel Buds. This time around, the company seems to be emphasising more on bass enhancements. Pixel Buds users should also note that updates will be automatically installed as long as their devices support Android version 6.0 and above.
Among the improvements that come with the Pixel Buds include the main highlight of the update with bass boost capability. Now, users will be able to switch to bass mode should the music being played on the Pixel Buds sound flat. Additionally, the firmware update features sharing detection which allows users to share one earbud with individual volume control enabled for the other party.
Further improvements include the Google Assistant feature for users to check their Pixel Buds battery status, Find My Device support to locate the Pixel Buds, and options for users to turn their touch controls on or off. Also, the Attention Alerts feature will alert users by detecting certain alarming sounds within their surroundings.
Together with these feature updates, there will also be a translation feature available to help transcribe words from different languages. With this, users can now have outside languages translated according to their desired language by solely relying on the Pixel Buds.
With the latest firmware update available for install, there is certainly an array of improvements that have been made for Pixel Buds users to experience. We believe that in time to come, there will be more improvements made with future firmware updates.