A couple of days ago the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 listed on FCC certification site and now 91 Mobiles revealed the design, specifications and color variants of the forthcoming truly wireless earbuds. As scheduled, Samsung in August will present before the world the Galaxy Watch 4, two foldable smartphones namely- Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 and true wireless earbuds ‘The Galaxy Buds 2.
The unveiling in August is nearing and before the launch of the devices, the FCC certification is revealing a lot about them. As per the leak, there is a set of curvaceous earbuds with a case shaped rounded square; the design of the Galaxy Buds 2 seems analogous to the Galaxy Buds Pro. Fans have high hopes for earbuds and expect them to have Bluetooth 5.0 with codecs- AAC, SBC, and SSC.
The Galaxy buds 2 are thought to have 2 microphones on each side. There will be pogo connectors to facilitate charging and IR found wear detection sensor. The Galaxy Buds 2 comes with wireless charging and the battery size of this earbud is smaller than that of the Galaxy Buds + so there seem to be fewer conveniences in the battery life.
The Active Noise Cancellation feature was present in Galaxy Buds Pro but is not sighted in Galaxy Buds 2. The biggest surprise that Buds 2 holds is that it will have variety of colors with distinct combinations, the case comes in a single white color but the earbuds and the interiors are of various colors- White, Black, Purple and Green. Two features that make the earbuds less competitive are- small battery leading to shorter battery life and secondly the watch will not have the feature of Active Noise Cancellation.
Samsung is also expected to launch Galaxy Watch 4 along with Galaxy Buds 2 and the smartwatch will have a customized app to control the smartphone and will also allow play and pause music from smartphones. The watch moreover will have touch control and speaker. Two features that make the earbuds less competitive are- small battery leading to shorter battery life and secondly the watch will not have the feature of Active Noise Cancellation.