The title does not mean that the second-generation Pixel Buds have been discontinued, but if you go to Google’s online stores in the United States and Canada, you will find that there seems to be no option to buy its second-generation truly wireless Pixel Buds. Although its newer Pixel Buds A series is still available, the list of Pixel Buds itself has completely disappeared.
Google did not officially indicate whether the second-generation Pixel Buds have reached the end of their life. It will confirm that they are currently out of stock in the Google Store in the US and Canada and that it has no additional inventory.
A Google spokesperson said: Some third-party retailers may still have inventory, and if the inventory allows, they are still selling in other markets. If the inventory allows this description will make people think that Buds is about to live. End, but as I said, Google refuses to say the word discontinued.
According to the Android Police, the phone is still available in Google stores in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain and the United Kingdom. Pixel Buds are still available but at third-party retailers. On the contrary, there was a shortage of goods there, and the merchant also specifically stated that “it is unlikely to receive more inventory of this product.
In the final analysis, there are many signs that the second-generation Pixel Buds are about to be eliminated after being sold for about a year. But considering their average battery life and continuous reports of connection problems, it’s not too surprising to see them leave. If you are an existing user, Google says that it will “continue to provide continuous feature support, software fixes and critical security updates.