Sporting a rather unique shape and design of kidney beans, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live leaks spills several details about the upcoming earbuds. Ahead of launch, several images of the wireless earbuds from Samsung are making the rounds on the Internet.
The leaked images showcased the design and also its potential colour variants. Samsung Galaxy Buds will be coming in three colour variants of white, black, and bronze. The popular whistle-blower on smartphone leaks, Evan Blass recently shared images of the Galaxy Buds Live on his Patreon account. The leaks were soon reported by the 9to5Google.com as users eagerly await details on the upcoming earbuds.
Expected Specs in the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live leaks suggest that the new earbuds will pack two microphones. The presence of dual mics suggests the possibility of much-hoped for noise-cancelling feature. The Galaxy Buds Live will be hoping to take on earbuds competitors like Sony WF-1000XM3 and AirPods Pro. The trending noise cancellation feature is likely to strengthen its case against its mighty rivals.
Moreover, the dual microphones may also enable it to simultaneously take calls as well as summon the AI-based voice assistant. Additionally, the upcoming Galaxy earbuds are also expected to include some exciting features related to fitness-tracking. Galaxy Buds Live software may also come with software that enables it to measure speed, heart rate, amount of burnt calories, etc.
Furthermore, the earbuds are likely to also integrate in-device playback features. Thus, with the new Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, you would no longer need to keep your smartphone around to listen to your favourite music during your morning runs and workouts. The leaked images also give us our first look of the charging case for the upcoming Samsung earbuds. The charging case sports a round design and an LED battery indicator on the front.
Expected Launch Date for Galaxy Buds Live
There hasn’t been any official word from the company on the launch date yet. However, the twinning of colours between earbuds and the Galaxy Note 20 has led to many speculations. Several online reports have suggested that Samsung may launch the new Galaxy Buds Live alongside its Samsung Galaxy Note 20 next month.
How much would the Samsung Galaxy Live Cost?
Samsung is likely to stick to something similar to the prices of Galaxy Buds Plus launched earlier this year at $149.99. However, much to the benefit of Samsung Smartphone buyers, many industry experts and tipsters have even suggested that the company may also announce discounted prices for the new earbuds when bought alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 as part of its launch offer.