Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro to come in Phantom Silver colour, leaked render reveals
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will debut alongside Galaxy S21 series early next year. Here is what we know about the upcoming wireless earbuds so far.
Apart from Galaxy S21 series, Samsung will also showcase next-gen wireless earbuds early next year. Already, we have come across multiple leaks and rumours around Galaxy Buds Pro. Now, a new colour variant of Galaxy Buds Pro has surfaced on the web.
Shared by reliable leakster Evan Blass (via Sammobile), Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro is seen in Phantom Silver colour. The leakster confirmed rumours that the truly wireless earbuds would debut alongside the Samsung Galaxy S21 series in January 2021. Based on rumours so far, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will come in at least two colour options – Phantom Silver and Phantom Violet.
According to the leaked render, Samsung’s new Buds Pro will offer a refined design over the current Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds+. Sammobile points out that the design language is identical to the Galaxy Buds Live though.
“Samsung will offer its next-gen true wireless headphones, the Galaxy Buds Pro, in a palette of several colours -- the Buds Live currently ship in bronze, black, white, red, and blue, for example -- and here they are in silver, along with their matching charging/carrying case, pictured below. Once again, we're expecting these to launch alongside the 2021 Galaxy S, as soon as next month,” said the leakster in a post.
The next-generation wireless earbuds are said to come with improved audio features and quality. It would also have active noise cancellation and improved ambient mode. The Buds Pro case is said to come with a 472mAh battery. Other expected features of the wireless earbuds are fast charging, USB Type-C, Qi wireless charging, Bluetooth 5.0 with AAC, and touch controls, among others.
Samsung will reportedly showcase the new earbuds and flagship phones in January, at least a month before its usual product launch timelines. According to reports, Samsung wants to put some distance between the S-series and foldable lineup (Galaxy Z). Last year, Samsung had launched Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip together.
That said, we are likely to find out more about the Samsung 2021 flagship products in the coming days. Until then, stay tuned.