In less than two weeks, Samsung will launch its new Galaxy S21 series of smartphones. The company might also unveil the Galaxy Buds Pro, as per recent news. The South Korean tech giant will also have a different launch date for wireless earbuds. But a formal date will soon be announced by the company. The Galaxy Buds Pro support page went live on the website of Samsung Canada.
For Samsung’s true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds, the support page shows the model number SM-R190. Further details on the forthcoming audio device are not available. Although we do know some information and functionality that will be used in the Galaxy Buds Pro because of the numerous leaks in the past.
A two-way speaker and a trio of microphones, as well as an 11mm woofer and a 6.5mm tweeter, are said to have Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro on each bud. To decrease background noise, the TWS earbuds can support Successful Noise Cancellation (ANC). Similar to what you get on the Apple AirPods Pro, other specs include ambient music, talk mode, and spatial audio.
The organization is expected to use gyro sensors to provide support for the Galaxy Buds Pro for Dolby Atmos and SoundAlive technologies. It is also expected to boast an IPX7 ranking for the Galaxy Buds Pro. This means that for 30 minutes, the earbuds would be able to dive up to 1 meter/ 3ft. A total of eight hours of play and 4.5 hours of talk time will be provided by the TWS earbuds. Users can get a USB Type-C charging port for networking, Qi wireless charging, and Bluetooth 5.1 support.
Three separate colors will be available for the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro: Purple, Silver, and Violet. In the US, the earbuds can cost about $199, roughly translated for the Indian market into Rs 14,500.