Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro leak suggests a $199 price

December 24, 2020 Off By admin


The purported Galaxy Buds Pro.


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Samsung’s new wi-fi earbuds proceed to leak. After pictures of the Galaxy Buds Pro popped up earlier this month, we now have some thought on how a lot the brand new buds will price. 

Per a new comparability chart posted by Twitter leaker WalkingCat the brand new Buds Pro will retail for $199, or $50 greater than the $149 Galaxy Buds Plus and $30 greater than the bean-like $169 Galaxy Buds Live. The new Buds Pro can have an “intelligent active noise cancellation” function and an improved water resistance ranking of IPX7, which ought to enable it to be submerged in 1-meter water for as much as 30 minutes. The Buds Pro and Buds Live have been restricted to an IPX2 ranking. 

A second picture leaked by WalkingCat reveals water bouncing off the earbuds, alongside a itemizing of recent options together with spatial audio help, a “conversation mode” and a new Galaxy Buds widget. 

As beforehand leaked, the design might be much like the Buds Plus although per the brand new chart it seems that battery life on the Buds Pro could also be a bit weaker than both earlier Buds. Playback time on the Pro themselves will drop to eight hours, on par with the Live however three hours lower than the Plus with the charging case solely permitting for 28 hours of listening versus the Live’s 29 hours. 

Talk time will seemingly fall to 4.5 hours, an hour lower than the Buds Live and three hours lower than the Buds Plus. With the charging case, the Pro can have 15 hours of speak time, on par with the Plus however 4 hours lower than the Live. 

Samsung is anticipated to make the Buds Pro accessible early in 2021. The firm is slated to have a busy January with a CES press convention set for Jan. 11 and a rumored Unpacked occasion, the place it’s anticipated to announce the Galaxy S21, set for Jan. 14. 

Samsung didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark. 





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