Together with its new flagship smartphones, Google also announced a pair of headphones called Pixel Buds, the first such wireless accessory of the company.

When you connect them to a Google Pixel 2 phone, they communicate directly with the Google Assistant and help you deliver notifications, read short text messages, or translate in real time in 40 languages.

Pixel Buds are the second wireless headset with Google Assistant integration after just two weeks ago we saw the Bose QC35.

One full charge provides up to five hours of listening, and their own case also has a charging function build in. Pixel Buds will be available in three colors: Clearly White, Kind of Blue and Just Black.

The price of Pixel Buds is $159, and pre-orders already begun. The headset will be available from November.

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