After Samsung’s launch of the Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy S20 series, the South Korean giant is known to be working on upcoming earbuds. A new report gives hints on the new Samsung wearable that the product could be called as the Galaxy Buds Bean or the Galaxy Beans based on the product’s shape. Also, tipping that this alleged Galaxy Buds Bean will sport Active Noise Cancellation, the feature most awaiting by Galaxy Buds+.
The new report published by Maeil giving a glimpse of alleged Galaxy Buds Bean mentions that each earbud is allegedly 28mm long and 13mm wide. The earbuds, each, are allegedly reported to have three microphones and two speakers, and the design is entirely different when compared to the Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Buds+. These earbuds don’t have silicone tips at the end but sit inside the ear canal, and the upper part of the earbuds fills the upper part of the ear. It is also reported that the thickness of the charging cradle of these earbuds is 26mm.
The report says, Samsung will be trimming the product’s dimensions for a better fit. Interestingly, these earbuds are reported to sport Active Noise Cancelling, a feature that Apple AirPods Pro possesses. Other hints are that these buds will cost KRW 170,000, which is about Rs. 8,800. Though the battery power of the earbuds is not known, the report mentions that they are capable of giving 11 hours usage on a single charge.
With the ongoing Global Pandemic, no launching date of the product has been reported yet, but Samsung could launch its new products online as well.
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