Leaks related to Samsung’s latest wireless headphone device, called Galaxy Buds Live, began to be detected.
A short video shared by the @ h0x0d account shows three devices supposedly Galaxy Buds Live with a description of “Galaxy Beans” that hints at the TWS shape that looks like a bean.
The design it carried was different from Samsung’s two true wireless stereo devices (TWS), namely Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Buds Plus. The video also reveals three color variants of Galaxy Buds Live, namely white, black, and rose gold.
Compatible apps to connect this device also show some features that will be fixed to Samsung in Galaxy Buds Live.
This new generation of TWS devices is said to carry the Active Noise Canceling feature. This feature is designed to prevent sound from entering from outside when listening to music or voice calls and is claimed to reduce noise levels.
The equalizer setting option can adjust the audio quality and can adjust the thickness of the bass and sound. Not only that, the app also displays the Find My Earbuds feature to detect the user’s device when it falls or is out of range. With this feature, users should not fear losing their TWS device.
Reportedly, users can also control via the available touchpad, such as adjusting the volume and activating other digital assistants, including the active noise canceling function. Even so, the leaked specs above are still limited to rumors.
The truth is only true at the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5. Samsung is also rumored to launch several of its newest mobile phones, namely the Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Watch 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G at the same event.