Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, the next-generation true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds by the South Korean company, have received a dedicated support page along with its moniker. The new development comes weeks after the Galaxy Buds Pro appeared in a series of leaks and rumours. Samsung’s websites in the global markets also purportedly carried support pages of the Galaxy Buds Pro in the recent past, but without mentioning the name of the earbuds. The Galaxy Buds Pro are rumoured to deliver up 28 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Initially spotted by Roland Quandt of WinFuture.de, Samsung’s Canadian website featured the Galaxy Buds Pro support page along with its moniker. The page also includes the SM-R190 model number that has already been a part of reports highlighting the existence of the new Galaxy Buds-series earbuds. The same model number is also available on the Samsung India website and earlier appeared on its Chinese and Korean counterparts.
Apart from showing the name of Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, the support pages of the earbuds on the company’s Canadian and Indian websites don’t provide any specific information. Nevertheless, the rumour mill already churned out plenty of possible details.
The Galaxy Buds Pro are expected to have 3D spatial audio and voice-detection support. The earbuds could also come with IPX7 rating. Further, recent reports suggested active noise cancellation (ANC) as well as ambient sound modes to deliver an upgraded experience over the existing Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Buds Live.
Each earbud of Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro could include a 61mAh battery, while the case could include a 472mAh battery. The company is also likely to use special gyro sensors as well as provide support for Dolby Atmos and SoundAlive technologies.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are rumoured to be priced at $199 (roughly Rs. 14,500). This is slightly higher than the Galaxy Buds Live price that is available with a price tag of $169.99 (roughly Rs. 12,400). The Galaxy Buds+, on the other hand, is priced at $149.99 (roughly Rs. 11,000).
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