It’s been a while already since we witnessed the latest rendition of the Samsung Galaxy Buds online. The headphones came as a direct rival to Apple’s AirPods Pro. Recently, however, a report from WinFuture.de shed some light on the upcoming development of Samsung.
Renders, alongside some images, take us by storm and show us the next-gen TWS headphones by Samsung. The details were posted on Twitter by Roland Quandt, too.
Next-gen of Samsung Galaxy Buds Feature and Other Details
The next-gen Samsung Galaxy Buds has been dubbed ‘Project Bean,” according to the report. Such a name suggests the shape of the leaked render. The headphones resemble a little kidney bean, a more natural shape for our ears. The previous variants were titled Project Popcorn.
Again, such a name makes quite a sense due to their shape. Roland Quandt’s tweet details: “Pics/renders based on actual 3D design data used to make them. These launch in a few months. In the Evaluation phase right now, so the design could still change.”
As for the practicality of the design, the Galaxy Buds are supposed to cinch on to the bottom and top of the ear opening. There will be two speakers directed, too, into the ear canal. One would be for the details and the clarity of the media, while the other will be for the treble and the low end. The noise cancellation feature was also speculated.
Galaxy Buds Release Date
Given how they would stay in the ear, they would not passively stop all the noise/sounds. Apple might get a significant advantage here when competing due to its features. The Galaxy Buds renders suggest that the headphones wouldn’t point much outside the ears.
Currently, there isn’t so much information about the battery usage for the next-gen Samsung Galaxy Buds. It is rumored that the headphone would be released with the Samsung Note 20 series.
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