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Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro name confirmed in FCC listing

'Galaxy Buds Pro' surface at the FCC
'Galaxy Buds Pro' surface at the FCC (Bloomberg)

Samsung’s next-generation Buds Pro will come with ANC and Galaxy Buds Plus-like design.

Samsung’s next-generation wireless earbuds are likely to launch very soon. Dubbed as Galaxy Buds Pro, the device has made multiple appearances on various certification websites.

It was recently spotted on China’s 3C certification site. Another Korean NRRA certification also listed the wireless earbuds. Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro has now made an appearance on the US FCC website, confirming Buds Pro name and model number SM-R190. It is the same model number that had surfaced on the Indonesian Telecom Certification.

The US FCC listing reveals Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will have a square-like case design, just like the Galaxy Buds Live. According to a separate Sammobile report, the Buds Pro will come with active noise cancelling features as well. The design is said to be very similar to the Galaxy Buds and Buds+. You can expect improvements in the audio quality and improved Ambient mode. Galaxy Buds Pro has also been spotted with a 472mAh battery, which is the same as the Galaxy Buds Live.

The recent spate of leaks and listings on different certification sites suggest the device will go official sooner than expected. So far, reports say the wireless earbuds will debut alongside Galaxy S21 series in January.

That said, one thing is sure that Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will not have the bean-like design as seen on the Buds Live. It may be recalled that bean-like design had received a mixed reaction with many pointing out difficulties with in-ear fit.

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