We are just a few weeks away from the imminent launch of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series on February 11 along with the second-generation foldable device that is reportedly dubbed as Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. Along with it, Samsung is going to showcase the second-generation of its TWS earbuds or true wireless stereo earbuds touted as Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. Although we don’t know much about the upcoming buds but thanks to the courtesy of the folks at mysmartprice and leakster Ishan Agarwal, we got a glimpse at the color variants that will be offered along with the buds.
91mobiles was one of the first to disclose the overall render of the upcoming Galaxy Buds Plus although in a single color. However, with the latest update in place, it is clear that the earbuds from Samsung will be available in three color variants that is Light Blue, White, and Black. Apart from the color variants, the Buds Plus aren’t any different in terms of appearance when compared with its predecessor. In fact, even the charging case that will accompany the earbuds has the same design and look.
There is a minor change with the earbuds though that is an inclusion of what reports are touting as physical buttons above the LED indicator so we will have to wait to know more about it.
Moving further, the upcoming buds will support wireless charging as well as charging using a USB Type-C as well. The buds will also have an enhanced sound quality and an active noise cancellation feature that will surely push the price tag a bit which is quite common.
The buds have a triangular region on the outside that will act as a touchpad for accepting or rejecting calls, music playback, and activating voice assistant on the phone without any hassle.
Gear up for UnPacked 2020 scheduled on February 11 where the South Korean giant will showcase at least three Galaxy S20 models and their 5G counterparts and of course, the much-awaited and cheaper Galaxy Z Flip and the new earbuds aka Galaxy Buds Plus.
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