Samsung is soon expected to add a new pair of truly wireless earbuds to its Galaxy Buds range, allegedly called the Galaxy Buds Pro soon. Now prior to this, we have some leaked information regarding the audio giving us a hint as to how the pair could be like. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy F62, Galaxy M02 support page goes live in India
Galaxy Buds Pro details leaked
As per a teardown of a pre-released Galaxy Buds Pro app found by Reddit user ‘u/gamer0mega,’ the Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to get back to featuring the in-ear design that the Galaxy Buds and the Buds+ featured. The pair is likely to come in three color options, namely, blue, silver, and black. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra in pictures: What’s it like for real?
As for the features, the Galaxy Buds Pro is most likely to come equipped with improved features as compared to the Galaxy Buds Live, which could include better Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and passive noise isolation. The leaked APK also hints at 3D Spatial Audio, much like Apple AirPods with head tracking. There are chances that Spatial Audio will be available only for the Samsung phones running Samsung One UI based on Android 11 and might support selective sensors. Also Read - Samsung is bringing 90Hz OLED to laptops, mass production to begin in March
The Samsung TWS could also come with the left/right hearing adjustment ability, which will allow users to adjust the volume levels of individual earbuds manually. There will also be the Conversation mode that will stop the music if the pair detects anyone talking. With this feature, the pair would enable the Ambient sound mode and disable it when the human voice is no more heard.
In addition to this, the Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to get a 61mAh battery in each earbud and a 472mAh battery for the charging case. However, we still don’t have any concrete details on the same and hence should take the aforementioned with a pinch of salt.
The Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy S21 series in January 2021. We will update you more about it once more details come in. Hence, stay tuned.