Samsung will be soon unveiling the Lite versions of Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 whose launch date is still not available. Later, in early next year, the brand is expected to launch the Galaxy S11 series and a successor to the Galaxy Fold with a clamshell design. At the same event, the company might also announce the Galaxy Buds+ true wireless earphones whose design just surfaced on the internet, courtesy of XDA Developers.
The existence of Galaxy Buds+ was first revealed by Evan Blass which was later confirmed by SamMobile as they found a support page for this upcoming accessory from Samsung. And now, the world gets to see the first look at these wireless buds which might have improved features but most probably feature a similar design to its predecessor, Galaxy Buds.
Recently, Samsung released an update of its SmartThings app on the Play Store with version 1.7.41-25. So, the folks at XDA Developers decoded the APK to find new information. To their surprise, they stumbled across an animation of a product called ‘budsplus’ which as you can see from the image, looks similar to the already available Galaxy Buds. Also, they found multiple lines of code mentioning ‘buds’ and ‘budsplus’ as two different products. Which clearly means the previously reported new Buds+ is a real deal and will be launched with the same design as its predecessor.
Having said that, nothing more is known about the Galaxy Buds+ as of now, however, it is expected to feature noise-cancelling feature to compete against Apple Air Pods Pro and will have wireless charging support as its predecessor.