As reported by Android Authority,

TL;DR

  • The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 have leaked in full glory.
  • The true wireless earbuds could give you almost a day’s worth of juice with Active Noise Cancellation.
  • They are expected to be cheaper than the Galaxy Buds Pro launched in January.

The complete specs and European pricing details of the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 have leaked thanks to folks over at WinFuture. This is the first time a reliable news outlet has confirmed previously outed information about the true wireless earbuds.

The report includes alleged marketing images of the Galaxy Buds 2 and technical details gathered from official promotional materials. It suggests that the earbuds will come with “AKG signature” sound and Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) that can be used at a stretch for 20 hours. Without ANC, the new Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 should be able to last a whopping 30 hours. The accompanying charging case is expected to power up the buds for one hour of listening in just five minutes.

Also read: What we want to see from the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2

Samsung has reportedly installed three mics on the TWS earbuds to ensure clear conversations even in a noisy atmosphere. AI and touch controls should assist with easy operation.

The Galaxy Buds 2 are also going to feature splash and sweat resistance with an IPX2 rating, just like the standard Galaxy Buds. That’s not as great as the IPX7 waterproofing on the Galaxy Buds Pro that launched back in January, but it should suffice for most activities you do while wearing the earbuds.

As for pricing, WinFuture reports that the Galaxy Buds 2 will cost €149.99 (~$178) including taxes. A previous leak suggested that the buds would be priced between $149 and $169 in the US. Essentially, you can expect to pay less for the Galaxy Buds 2 compared to the $199 Galaxy Buds Pro. For what it’s worth, the original Galaxy Buds launched for $129 back in 2019.

If you’re hoping to pick up a pair of the Galaxy Buds 2, you may not have to wait long. We expect them to launch on August 11 alongside Samsung’s new foldable phones.



Source link: Android Authority

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