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New Dual Samsung Galaxy Buds Enter FCC

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In recent weeks has been talking about the upcoming new Samsung Galaxy Buds. It looks like they have hit the FCC now. US Federal Communications Commission documents discovered by Droid Life show that a new version of Samsung wireless earbuds may be available soon, which will bring longer battery life, which in turn indicates that Samsung hopes to provide its alternative products for AirPods Pro.Samsung Galaxy Buds

For example, in a picture, we can see that the capacity of each bud may be “300mA” and the capacity of the shell may be “600mA”.

Samsung next-generation adaptive dual microphone technology makes the background
Noise is a thing of the past. Galaxy Buds recognizes your surroundings, switching between inside and outside. The microphone prevents unnecessary noise during a call.

In other words, this will triple the battery life of each bud compared to Samsung’s existing Galaxy Buds. But this is only a small increase in the battery life of the old case. Having said that, some reports point to the original Galaxy Buds having better battery ratings in their FCC filings.

Also Read: How to find your phone using Samsung

Remember, always-reliable Evan Blass (@evleaks) recently built a pair of Galaxy Buds + that has not yet been announced as AirPods Pro competitors. These are considered to be Samsung’s next true wireless headphones.

Put them in your pockets and walk. Galaxy Buds features a recently refined design that makes them
So compact they fit comfortably with your other items. They also offer standard color options that fit directly into your daily work.

However, the only information we know is that Samsung makes earbuds with active noise reduction, and they may cost more than the first Galaxy Buds.

It is worth mentioning that Apple just added ANC to its AirPods and launched the recently launched AirPods Pro. Maybe Samsung is going to fight those people with a pair of fresh Galaxy Buds. They can start with new smartphones such as the Galaxy S11, but this will not be until February.

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