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Samsung website confirms the upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro TWS earphones


Samsung has officially confirmed its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event where the company will be launching the next-generation Galaxy S21 series flagship smartphones. Along with that, the company is also expected to launch the Galaxy Buds Pro.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro true wireless earphones have been in the news for quite some time and now it seems that the company may have confirmed it. The device appeared on the South Korean giant’s official website.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Website Listing Leak

Folks at Sammobile spotted that Samsung Canada had put up information about the Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earphones but the listing no longer appears. For those who are unaware, the upcoming earbuds are said to be the competitor of the Apple AirPods Pro.

Based on the leaks so far, it appears that the Galaxy Buds Pro will come with a 2-way speaker, similar to the Galaxy Buds Plus. There will also be a more powerful active noise cancellation feature, which the company is calling Intelligent Noise Cancellation.

It is also said to provide users with greater control over the experience. The earphones will reportedly have three modes — Conversation Mode, Ambient Sound Mode, and Active Noise Cancellation

Mode, which will also have level controls.

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Galaxy Buds Pro all colors

They will also have Spatial Audio and an IPX7 rating for water resistance. There’s something mentioned about the Galaxy Buds widget for Samsung devices but currently, nothing is known about this.

In the battery department, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are expected to offer eight hours of playback time and 4.5 hours of talk time on a single charge. With the charging case, the talk time can be increased to 15 hours while the playtime can be upped to 28 hours.


As for the pricing, the earphones are expected to be priced at $199 — the most expensive in the lineup, $50 less than the AirPods Pro. For comparison, the Galaxy Buds Plus and the Galaxy Buds Live are priced at $149 and $169 respectively.

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