Samsung is preparing for the Galaxy Unpacked event, scheduled for August 5th. The upcoming event will testify to the unveiling of the next generation of foldable phones, the Watch 4 series and Galaxy Buds 2. Meanwhile, the upcoming features and price of the Galaxy Buds 2 have also leaked to the network several times. Now, the latest development has revealed the detailed features of the upcoming Buds 2.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 specifications leaked
A tip called Snoopy has shared the features of the Galaxy Buds 2. For this reason, future in-ear headphones have two controls – an 11mm subwoofer and a 6.5mm tweeter. It is expected to have a glossy finish and supports Bluetooth 5.2. The headphones also have active noise reduction and ambient space.
For the battery, each headset includes a 61 mAh battery, while the charging case has a 472 mAh battery that supports Qi wireless charging. In addition, the headphones are said to offer 55 minutes of playback time on just 5 minutes of charging.
The tip also says that the in-ear headphones provide up to five hours of battery life when the ANC is on and eight hours without the ANC. With the charging case, it offers 13 hours of playback when ANC is on and 20 hours without ANC. Other features include three microphones in each loop, IPX7 rating for dust and water resistance, touch control, etc.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 expected price
According to a previous report, Galaxy Buds 2 will fall between $ 149-169 (about 11,000 to 12,500 rubles). It is said to be a green, purple, white and back color option. If the leaked price turns out to be true, we can say that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 may be worth Rs. 11,000.
The Galaxy Buds 2 was previously said to bypass the ANC or active noise reduction feature, which could be a negative aspect in this price range. However, we cannot yet say for sure whether it will support the ANC. As Samsung has not confirmed any of the features of the Buds 2, we ask our readers to consider this as speculation.
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The story was first published: on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, at 5:20 p.m. [IST]