So a new leak has surfaced online which shows what seems to be the official promotional photos of the new and upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds. The buds are shown to be on top of a Galaxy smartphone. The photo was shared by a German technology blog platform known as Win future.
Now in accordance to the leaked photo, it shows two white earbuds which are installed inside a clam shell like charging case. The earphones look much like any true wireless earphones out in the market, coming along with an additionof what seems to be,silicone ear tips nestled inside the case. Now the interesting thing about this leaked photo is that it shows the charging case sitting on top of the upcoming Company Flagship the Samsung Galaxy S10 which is still some days away from its initial launch date. Users are in turnsuggesting the possibility that this implies that you may well be able to recharge the Galaxy Buds’ charging case wirelessly from the phone itself, which will be a pretty cool feature in itself! We saw a similar feature in the Huawei’s, Mate 20 Pro which allows you to boost other wireless-charging devices from its own battery via its “reverse charging” feature, so it seems very likely that Samsung have decided to opt for the addition of this feature as well. Whether it will charge any Qi-compatible device, or only Samsung devices will be revealed in due time, till then we can only wait.
No we had somewhat of an idea that Samsung were looking to launch their take on the true wireless earbuds, for some time now, The main indications of the imminent launch of the new product came conclusively after the certification by the Federal Communications Commission was allowed and given, which recently also appeared online and if true confirms Samsung’splans. So if the recent discovery of a certification for a product made by Samsung, simply known as “SMR170L” is any indication, and if this photo is in fact genuine then, folks, we will soon see the launch of the new Galaxy Buds. The earphones will serve as the follow-up to the company’s Gear IconX earbuds.
So now on to the above mentioned FCC document, so the document was released by members of 91mobiles, which pointed out that the FCC certification matched closely with a previously discovered Bluetooth SIG product listing. In that document, a Samsung Smart Wearable device with a very similar model number (SM-R170), goes by the design name “Galaxy-Buds and well that is probably the best indicator, related to the said product we have seen on the internet thus far.
As per the reports the new earbuds will be coming packed with an 8GB of onboard memory for audio storage, which doubles the space on the previous Gear IconX. Battery life is reported to have been improved for this product, by how much is still unclear, as is the capacity of the new charging case. The previous model was only able to resupply the Gear IconX once, which is hardly competitive these days. So the exact date of when these earbuds will be available for users has still not been revealed by the company, but we expect Samsung to make an announcement regarding this product at the launch event of there Flagship mobile phone series, The Galaxy S10 series.