Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro latest leak suggests it will cost more than Galaxy Buds Live

    Samsung's Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to come with active noise cancellation, improved ambient mode, and 3D surround sound.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Dec 22 2020, 14:54 IST
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    Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro (Evan Blass)
    Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro
    Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro (Evan Blass)

    Samsung is expected to launch a new pair of Galaxy Buds next month. The Galaxy Buds Pro has been leaked quite often now with its design revealed from all angles. We also know a fair bit about the specifications and features of the Galaxy Buds Pro. A new leak now suggests the possible pricing of the Galaxy Buds Pro.

    According to a report by GalaxyClub, the Galaxy Buds Pro could be priced at 229 euros ( 20,600 approx). This is for the European market, and the Galaxy Buds Pro will cost slightly cheaper in other markets including India. But this leaked pricing suggests that the Galaxy Buds Pro will be costlier than the Galaxy Buds Live that launched at 14,990 in India.

    There's obviously no confirmation on this pricing leak for the Galaxy Buds Pro but with an expensive price tag, there's a lot riding on this TWS. A recent leak revealed the Galaxy Buds Pro will feature the AirPods Pro-like spatial audio feature. This will create a full surround sound system that adjusts to the direction of your head and the position of your phone.

    Galaxy Buds Pro have also been rumoured to come with active noise cancellation and improved ambient mode. The Galaxy Buds Pro will feature a 472mAh battery, and a USB Type-C port along with support for Qi wireless charging. Renders of the Galaxy Buds Pro have also leaked revealing a design similar to the Galaxy Buds+. The charging case has changed though, and it looks like the Galaxy Buds Live's.

    Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Buds Pro on January 14 along with the Galaxy S21 series.

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    First Published Date: 22 Dec, 14:54 IST
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