The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live full details have been leaked online, and it will retail at a high price point of AU$237.
The landscape of wireless technology keeps on expanding as the years go by. Sooner than later, if the rumors are true, all smartphones will drop their physical charging ports. Such change is already maturing in the wireless earphones market, and the innovations just keep on coming.
Both Apple and Samsung have been going head-to-head in this arena. However, Apple has a clear upper hand in the tussle. Nonetheless, Samsung isn’t resting its case as it will release a funky looking wireless pair of earphones in August.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live to launch in August
The new design language of the Galaxy Buds has long been rumored earlier this year. It’s finally about to launch during the Unpacked 2020 event on August 5. It’s very interesting how Samsung didn’t claim the name Samsung Galaxy Beans when their new pair of earphones are shaped after them.
This is how you will have to put in your Samsung Galaxy Buds Live (or BEANS).
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) July 24, 2020
Be that as it may, the Buds Live will reportedly retail at $237, which is slightly below the suggested retail price of the regular AirPods. The most enjoyable part of the Buds Live will be the active noise canceling feature it will allegedly have. The new pair of earphones will neither have hard tips or in-ear tips. As such, the main driver for the noise canceling could all be driven by the software and the shape of the buds.
The charging case of the bean-shaped buds doesn’t have any recess for in-ear tips nor hard tips. Therefore, it can be safely concluded that the device will just sit comfortably, blocking the entire recessed canal of the ear.
Galaxy Beans pic.twitter.com/uJBO2BZbKB
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) July 17, 2020
Galaxy Buds Live features
There have been countless leaked images of Samsung’s second take on truly wireless earphones. The set that will be released in August may allegedly have the Mystic Bronze color that the Galaxy Note 20 will have. Also, its charging case will follow the bronze theme on the earphones. It will also allegedly come in white and black standard colors.
WinFuture details that the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live can go on a straight run of 4.5 hours on a full charge. It will have three sets of microphones and 12mm drivers. No one can confirm nor deny these rumors circulating online. Only Samsung, in August, can tell everyone what the Buds Live will be like.
Samsung will most likely release the earbuds in a promo with the new Galaxy Note 20 series or the Galaxy Z Fold 2 phones.
Image from WinFuture