Samsung products that have yet to be announced appear on the web left and right. From high-resolution renders and color options to major enhancements, almost everything is known about the Galaxy Buds Pro prior to its official announcement. In addition, they should have a spatial audio function, which is offered by AirPods Pro and AirPods Max. Now more information about its functions has been leaked online. While functions like Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and 3D spatial audio was already known, information on battery life, bass drivers, tweeters and more has now appeared online.
20 percent longer battery life than its predecessor.
The development comes from 91Mobiles, whose source is tipster Ishan Agarwal. The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro is a tip Deliver 28 hours of battery life on a single charge, which is approximate 20% more than the Galaxy Buds Live. Each earbud is said to have a 61 mAh battery, while the case contains a 472 mAh battery.
In addition, the upcoming earphones will be presented 11 mm bass driver and 6.5 mm tweeter with coaxial dual speakers. The report goes on to say that the headphones will have 35dB noise reduction to support ANC, Dual Connection and IPX7 water resistance. The headphones should already support several levels of active noise cancellation. In addition, it may have features such as speech recognition, seamless connection, and 3D spatial audio with built-in head tracking.
Rumor has it that the Galaxy Buds Pro will only work with phones running Android 11-based OneUI 3.0. In addition, these could come with special gyro sensors, Dolby Atmos, SoundAlive, adjustable ANC and settings for four volumes So that the ambient mode sets how much noise to enter. These will likely offer Touch controls. The upcoming Galaxy Buds Pro will cost just the right amount 299 EUR for the two available color options black and silver.
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