Samsung is in the process of releasing a sequence of its own original Galaxy Buds, and there are suggestions that can be particularly appealing – if not necessarily a huge upgrade to the interior. 91mobile claims have screenshots of the Galaxy Buds 2 showing a more sleek and unique design, instead of the two-tone look from the first time. They are also decidedly more colorful, with green and purple options in addition to the more neutral black and white options.
Charging cases will apparently be a bit familiar Pixel Buds A wearers – you’ll see light white on the outside and your color of choice on the inside.
Don’t expect a significant internal update to par with the Galaxy Buds Pro. Past filters have suggested that the Galaxy Buds 2 would get an active reduction of the rum, but not an active cancellation of the rum. You may have an easier time understanding your music and your calls, but you won’t be able to enjoy them in a bowl of silence.
Just when the Galaxy Buds 2 arrives (as long as the report is accurate) isn’t sure. Samsung is organizing a virtual event of the Mobile World Congress on June 28th, but is expected to focus on his new Wear OS experience. I could expect another presentation focused on the phone, such as an eventual August event where it could showcase its third-generation folding devices. Whenever the sprouts are ready, they might be a welcome update if you’re immersed in Samsung’s ecosystem but want only “predefined” sprouts without the frills.
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