Samsung has under development a new pair of wireless earbuds dubbed Galaxy Buds. While the last models were introduced with a compact design, the upcoming buds might arrive with a stem design. Such a design would resemble the Apple AirPods’.
The speculation stormed out on the Internet thanks to 91mobiles’ latest report. A patent registered by Samsung for next-gen wireless earbuds with the Korea Intellectual Property Office was spotted. It teases that the buds from Samsung could be released very soon.
Next-gen Samsung Galaxy Buds Might Launch Soon
The new pair of Galaxy Buds seems to sport a stem design that will place the microphones way more close to the mouth of the speaker. It will arrive with an enhanced call quality, which the first-generation of Galaxy Buds didn’t have. It does feature a similar design as the original one, but Samsung has introduced some sleek new upgrades.
From the renders unveiled by the 91mobiles’ report, the upcoming wireless buds have a more triangular surface area. Such an area could enable voice assistant, or play/pause music. It could also be touch-sensitive to answer calls. On its exterior, a slit can be seen, indicating the existence of the active noise cancellation option.
Comparing with the Apple AirPods Pro, Samsung seems to follow in the other company steps. The winged and silicone ear tips offer a better seal and fit. It extends from the shape to the Apple AirPods Pro. Also, a microphone has designed at the bottom of the stem to bring better voice call quality.
What to Expect
According to the patent registration from Samsung for a pair of Galaxy Buds sporting a stem design was seen, we can expect the company to release it soon. However, we still don’t know more details or when we should the earbuds arrive. So, don’t get your hopes too high, until Samsung releases a statement.
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