Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 earphones have recently passed FCC certification and will be available soon. In addition, the real image of the headset has also been exposed in the certification. From the picture, the shape of the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 is similar to that of the Galaxy Buds Pro. However, we expect this device to be a lower version of the Galaxy Buds Pro. The headset is expected to have two microphones and an infrared sensor to detect wearing. From the information so far, this device may not support noise reduction.
As for its release date, there are reports that it may arrive with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip in July. However, it is also possible for Samsung to choose to release it in August as usual. The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 is code-named “berry”. This device supports connection to multiple devices such as smartphones and computers, as well as non-Samsung devices.
Do Samsung headphones cause ear inflammation?
According to recent reports, Samsung’s wireless earbuds cause ear inflammation for some users. The report claims that some users report issues like pus and scabs after wearing the headset. According to Samsung, its device gets international standard approval before entering the market. These tests certified that the products contain no harmful substance in their design. However, Samsung admitted that “in-ear” earphones may cause issues due to sweating and moisture.
So far, most of the reports are from the Galaxy Buds Pro user group. Before now, there have been reports from China that the Galaxy Buds Pro causes blisters and inflammation. Professionals believe that the earplugs may be too large, thus leaving no room for moisture and sweat to go out of the ear. Samsung may have used a large design so as to increase the noise reduction effect. This could probably be stimulating the skin of the ear canal.
Samsung recommends that users should regularly clean and disinfect the headset while keeping the ear canal dry. In addition, ear inflammation may be caused by allergies to the earphone material. Samsung clearly states the earphone build materials on its official website. The ear part uses an acrylate material while the stainless steel part is nickel. If you have allergies to any of these materials, you may want to stay away from Samsung’s buds. Whether or not this issue is restricted to Korean users remains to be seen. Do you have any of Samsung’s recent earbuds? Are you experiencing any issues with your ear? Let us know in the comment section below