An animation discovered in the Samsung SmartThings app reveals the design of the new Galaxy Buds +. Wireless headphones set to compete with Apple's Airpods Pro are expected early next year when the Samsung Galaxy S11 launches.
Samsung is about to unveil its Galaxy Buds + which will replace its first generation of wireless headphones launched on the release of the Galaxy S10. The XDA Developers website provides proof of their imminent release with a short video revealing their design.
Samsung must return to the race for wireless headphones and high-end smartphones. All of its competitors have already unveiled their next generation wireless headphones. Google will launch its Pixel Buds 2, Amazon has renewed its Echo range, Microsoft has presented its Surface Earbuds, and finally Apple dominates the market with its Airpods Pro.
Galaxy Buds +: Samsung keeps the design of its wireless headphones
The latest version of the application SmartThings from Samsung was published this week on the Google Play Store. XDA Developers studied the content to find one animation called "budsplus" which gives an overview of the design of the new wireless headphones of the brand. It reveals that Galaxy Buds + keep the design of the previous model. The new generation will therefore only offer technical improvements. In particular, it is expected to offer a active noise reduction system, a better autonomy, and maybe a 8 GB storage to store music. The Galaxy Buds + are expected at the start of the year, and should be launched officially at the same time as the Galaxy S11. On this occasion, the firm could also present a foldable flip smartphone, the Galaxy Fold 2.
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The study by XDA Developers also provides clues to Samsung's upcoming connected products. The application files notably refer to the configuration of an air purifier, an oven and a refrigerator. The Korean firm is expected to officially announce them at CES 2020 next month.
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Source: XDA Developers