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Google Made Another Headphone Dongle for the Pixel 2 for $12

14 September 2018

After all, they simply exist to provide a headphone jack in handsets where it was removed.

Without saying a word, Google quietly released a new USB-C Digital to 3.5mm headphone adapter for its Pixel devices in recent days.

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At first, Google charged a stunning $20 for the adapter on its own, but quickly lowered the price down to $9 to match Apple's own adapter when consumers (understandably) revolted.

Google has but to disclose the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, however taking into account the worn headphone adapter has been replaced altogether on Google's achieve, it stands to cause that this would possibly perhaps perhaps also be the adapter to ship with the fresh Pixel phones. It's 2.8mm shorter, 0.6mm narrower and 0.4 grams lighter: phwoar. The new adaptor has now been spotted on Google Store, where it is priced at $12 (approximately Rs 870), which is $3 (approximately Rs 220) more than the previous variant. Not only is Google hosting the press conference at a later date than expected, but the event was also moved to NY.

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Meanwhile, the one change that most potential customers might notice is the price difference. Google's new dongle helps save your phone's battery but will cost you a little more. The new dongle according to Google's claims offers 53 percent lower latency and 38 percent longer playback time compared to its predecessor. We'll demand if the company will slice out about a moments to talk about an updated dongle.

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Google Made Another Headphone Dongle for the Pixel 2 for $12