Samsung is gearing up for its 11 February launch where the company will unveil its next-generation of flagship devices namely Galaxy S20 lineup and Galaxy Z Flip. Apart from smartphones, the chaebol will also launch its next-generation of truly wireless earphones dubbed Galaxy Buds+. Since the last couple of weeks, we have seen numerous leaks and rumors surfacing online revealing bits of information on the product. Well, we now have yet another leak on the earbuds. This time we’re looking at the render images showcasing the entire design. Furthermore, we now have the information on the possible color variants.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Render Images Leaked, Color Variants Revealed
Exclusive: Here are the full Galaxy Buds+/ Buds 2 official high quality renders! They will probably be 50% expensive more than Galaxy Buds (depending on your region). I don't know the specs yet but it should have bigger battery, more colours.
LINK: https://t.co/2CHw1YiLjM pic.twitter.com/S28f9qvilJ
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) January 21, 2020
This leak is courtesy of MySmartPrice. A popular Indian leaker who goes by the name of Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) recently tweeted a few render images of the Galaxy Buds+. As expected, the leaked renders have revealed the entire design of the product along with the color variants. As per the images, it seems like the plus variant of the truly wireless earbuds will look identical to the first generation Galaxy Buds. In fact, even the charging case follows the same design ideology. The only difference in the upcoming audio product is the addition of a physical button right below the LED indicator.
Coming to the color variants, the Galaxy Buds+ will arrive in three different options namely Black, White and the new addition being the Light Blue color. The buds will come with wireless charging support along with the wired charging over the USB Type-C port. As per the previous reports, the earbuds will not feature the active noise cancellation feature. This contradicts the much earlier report of such addition. Considering what we know so far, the Buds+ will come with a four-microphone array along with an 85mAh battery packed inside. The new microphone array will fix the audio reception problem which was present on the original buds. The newer battery capacity will offer long playback and standby time.
As of now, there is no word on the expected pricing of the product. We’re speculating the Galaxy Buds+ to come with similar pricing as that of its predecessor. With that said, the official unveiling is nearing so we might see some more information knocking at our doorstep.