Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 Snags Two Certifications Revealing Battery Details

Previously we had reported that Google is working on the successor to the Pixel Buds Pro that was released way back in 2022. The search giant follows a two-year release cycle for TWS earphones making the Buds Pro 2 due for this year. Now, the Pixel Buds Pro 2 have been spotted on the UL Demko and Safety Korea certification websites. Both regulatory filings reveal key information about the audio device. 

Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 snags two certifications

The charging case of the Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 is listed on the UL Demko and Safety Korea certifications with the model number GH8tQ. The former reveals that the case has a Li-ion battery capacity of 650mAh. This is an incremental upgrade from the 620mAh on the Pixel Buds Pro. Google rated 31 hours of playback with ANC disabled on the TWS earphone so we should expect a few more hours on the upcoming offering. 

Meanwhile, the Safety Korea regulatory filing has a live image of the charging case battery unit. It also mentions Chongqing VDL Electronics as the contract manufacturer which is a China-based company. The certifications do not reveal any additional details of the Pixel Buds Pro 2. 

Google’s annual I/O Developer conference is taking place next month. The original Pixel Buds Pro debuted at the same event in May. But it remains to be seen if the Pixel Buds Pro 2 debuted at the same event or later in October alongside the flagship Pixel smartphones. We can also expect the Pixel Watch 3 to tag alongside the Buds Pro 2. 




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