Renders of rumored high-end Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones have surfaced online. These 3D animated renders revealed the design of the case and headphones. These upcoming headphones will compete with the likes of Apple’s AirPods and Google’s Pixel Buds. Last year, Samsung launched Galaxy Buds 2 at Rs 11,999 alongside the Galaxy Watch 4 series. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy S22 set to launch in new Lavender Purple hue
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This year, the company is expected to launch Galaxy Buds 2 Pro and Galaxy Watch 5 at its Galaxy Unpacked event this year. Smartwatch renders have also surfaced online, hinting it could be coming soon. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Series Finally Appears in Renders
According to renders shared by Evan Blass and 91Mobilesthe design of the case and earphones will not change much from the Galaxy Buds Pro earphones which were launched this year in January at Rs 8,490. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy M13 4G, Galaxy M13 5G will be launched on July 14 in India
Going by the renders, you’ll get a clamshell charging case design that houses a Type-C port and an LED indicator. The main highlight of the headphones is the “Bora Purple” color variant. For the uninitiated, it will also be available in White and Graphite (black) color options. Additionally, the box will come with “Sound by AKG” branding on the box. The headphones are likely to have an in-ear design with no attached stem.
The Galaxy Buds Pro 2 will have improved battery life compared to the Buds Pro which house a 472mAh battery and offer up to 18 hours on a single charge including the case. In addition to that, the TWS headphones should also come with features like Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Transparency Mode, and more.
For the uninitiated, the rumored headphones were spotted on the FCC certification website. This ANC technology is capable of canceling 98% of noise. The transparency mode of these headphones will come in three levels. They are likely to come with three microphones for a good call experience and will also use machine learning.
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