Galaxy S21 series is not the only big product announcement Samsung is going to make next month. The flagship smartphone series will be accompanied by Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, the next generation TWS earbuds. Already, Galaxy Buds Pro has appeared in several leaks and rumours. Now, a new report reveals price, battery life and more about the earbuds.
According to leakster WalkingCat on Twitter, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will launch with a price tag of $199 ( ₹14,640 approximately). Leakster further reveals Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro will feature a 2-way speaker just like the Galaxy Buds Plus. The next-generation earbuds will also offer an improved active noise cancellation capability.
pic.twitter.com/m8lDoDqhCZ— WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_) December 23, 2020
The slide reveals Samsung will call the feature “Intelligent Active Noise Control” coupled with ANC Level Sound, Ambient Sound, and Conversation Mode. As far as sound quality goes, it is said to offer “immersive sound”, “noise-free call”, and “spatial audio.” Other features revealed at IPX7 water resistance and a new Galaxy Buds widget.
Alongside the latest leak, another reliable leakster Roland Quandt has released more new renders of Buds Pro.
2/2 pic.twitter.com/RVQPugIcsj— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) December 24, 2020
The renders reveal a familiar design of the buds. The case is seen sporting a USB Type-C port and “Sound by AKG” branding on the top.
As said earlier, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Air has appeared in multiple leaks in the past. The last big leak revealed the earbuds could offer a total of 28 hours of playback. The battery life is said to be on par with Apple’s AirPods Pro.
It is worth noting that Apple’s earbuds are along with the wireless charging case, is said to offer more than 24 hours of listening time. Without the case, the AirPods Pro is claimed to offer up to 4.5 hours of listening time and up to five hours with active noise cancellation, and transparency mode switched off.
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