Samsung’s upcoming true wi-fi earphones can be referred to as the Galaxy Buds Pro, in accordance with a brand new report primarily based on certifications. The new earphones are anticipated to launch in January 2021 alongside the Galaxy S21 collection of smartphones. And the ‘Galaxy Buds Pro’ moniker means that this would be the firm’s most premium true wi-fi headset thus far. Like the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, which had been introduced in August 2020, the Galaxy Buds Pro is more likely to have lively noise cancellation as a key function.
The ‘Galaxy Buds Pro’ title has been reported by MySmartPrice, primarily based on an Indonesia Telecom Certification itemizing. Apart from the title talked about within the itemizing, the mannequin quantity has additionally been talked about as SM-R190. Similar listings for China and Korea have additionally been noticed with the identical mannequin quantity, suggesting that the brand new true wi-fi earphones are certainly near launch. This ties in properly with earlier studies that the brand new true wi-fi earphones can be launched alongside the Galaxy S21 collection in January 2021.
Originally anticipated to be referred to as ‘Galaxy Buds Beyond’, the brand new title appears a extra doubtless alternative primarily based on the certification itemizing. As earlier than, we anticipate the Galaxy Buds Pro to have an in-canal design just like the Galaxy Buds+, however to come back with lively noise cancellation.
Samsung solely simply launched the Galaxy Buds Live, which comes with premium options similar to lively noise cancellation and wi-fi charging. However, the odd form of the earpieces makes for an uncomfortable match and a weak passive seal. The Korean firm is probably going to return to a extra conventional design with the reported Galaxy Buds Pro, however not a lot else is understood or confirmed concerning the new true wi-fi earphones from Samsung for now.
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