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Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro’s early listing by Staples reveals images, price & features


Coming on the heels of the expected launch of three flagship smartphones, tech giant Samsung is set for another important announcement of the release of an upgraded pair of TWS earbuds in its first big showcase event of 2021.

The earbuds called Galaxy Buds Pro had been the subject of speculations amid a number of leaks revealing its features from the design to the color options, and other eye-catching features, as well as the projected price of Samsung’s top-notch response to the next-gen AirPods by its competitor.

It would seem that Canada-based retailer, Staples has jumped the gun by preempting Samsung with their release of the full details of the “Samsung Galaxy Attic” on its website, several days ahead of the official launch slated for formal January 14 launch slated for January 14.

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It is yet unclear how Staples got such details about a yet-to-be-launched product from its producer. Staples also confirms three color variants each expected to cost a princely $210 when converted from the Canadian Dollar to the US Dollar, which is a bit lower than the cost of Apple’s flagship AirPods Pro by up to $50, which has been having rave reviews in recent weeks.Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro


The new truly wireless earbuds, like their predecessor, the Galaxy Buds Live, support state-of-the-art active noise cancellation technology, with a sleek design reflecting Samsung’s high preference for producing works of art that are a marvel to behold. The audio quality is also expected to be vastly improved because of an 11mm woofer and 6.5mm tweeter masterfully built into each earbud, yielding excellent sounds. However, an important drawback may be that the battery life of both the Galaxy Buds+ and Buds Live is put at a maximum of 5 hours on a single full charge, which seems a downgrading from the battery capacity of earlier models.


A note of caution is however apposite so as to temper your expectations with the reality. Staples had stated that the yet-to-be-released “Samsung Galaxy Attic” was both out of stock for delivery and unavailable in physical stores presently till possibly Thursday 14 January. keep an eye on Staples and don’t be shocked if they suddenly pull down the listing.

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