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Pixel Buds A Series briefly revealed on Android's Twitter account, then deleted

The upcoming ear buds appeared in white.

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Google's Pixel Buds 2, above, will make way for the Pixel Buds A Series. 

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Another day, another Android leak.

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Google has accidentally revealed its upcoming ear buds on Twitter. The Android account tweeted out a picture revealing the new Pixel Buds on Tuesday afternoon, before quickly deleting the tweet.

"Quality sound and quick Bluetooth pairing," the tweet read. "The new Pixel Buds A-Series have arrived. Enjoy one-tap Bluetooth pairing with the updated Fast Pair experience on Android."

Read more: Best true wireless earbuds for 2021

The slip follows Google last month appearing to leak the new Pixel Buds A by showing them off in a dark green color in an email to the Google Nest mailing list, 9to5Google reported in April. 

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