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Google may have leaked the new Pixel Buds

A dark green ear buds case appeared in a Google Nest email, a report says.

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Google's previous Pixel Buds came in white, orange, mint and black.

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Google may have accidentally just leaked its own ear buds. The new Pixel Buds A appeared in a dark green color in an email to the Google Nest mailing list Tuesday, 9to5Google reported. 

The buds will also come in white, according to the report. The Pixel Buds A will see the charging indicator moved to the top of the case, judging by the picture in the email.

Read more: Best true wireless earbuds for 2021

Google didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Google just gave its Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A phones camera and graphics boosts in a new April update earlier Tuesday, while the upcoming Pixel 6 will reportedly be powered by a home-grown processor.