A few days ago we heard about one new version of Galaxy Buds that Samsung is likely to launch next to the upcoming Galaxy S21 phone next year. And now, thanks to a leak, we get our first good look at Galaxy Buds Pro.
The pictures come with permission from the super leak Evan Blass, who tweeted out reproductions of the rumored earplugs. In a subsequent posts, Summarized Blass data from previous reports on Galaxy Buds Pro, which shows to offer active noise reduction, which is consistent with a feature found in the popular AirPods Pro.
Earlier rumors suggested that the earphones Samsung was working on would be called Galaxy Buds Beyond. But recent FCC filings confirm the name of Galaxy Buds Pro.
Galaxy Buds Pro https://t.co/3ssU4vTFpUD2. December 2020
These aesthetic changes do not flow all the way to the earplug cover, but instead of the Galaxy Buds Pro 472mAh battery charging case.
Pale leakage also indicates that the new Galaxy Buds Pro can offer Active Noise Cancellation, a feature Galaxy Buds Plus did not have. Since these earplugs get into the ear, it is likely that they will provide a better seal to make this feature worthwhile. The Blass leak did not go much further into further specifications to be expected from Buds Pro, so there is not much information on what will be done to improve Samsung’s previous releases.
Unfortunately, there is also no price information yet for the new buds, although we have some kind of idea when they will come. It is rumored that the Galaxy S21 series will make one January 14 debut, and Buds Pro is likely to come with your phone.
We have to wait for some official word from Samsung about the launch plans, but for now it looks like Galaxy Buds Pro should be able to compete with Apple’s AirPods Pro – at least when it comes to their base set of features.