The range of Samsung headphones in Europe has grown this year with various versions. The most recent of these is the Galaxy Buds Live, which became the brand’s first wireless headphones to have active noise cancellation. Although its design does not cover the ear canal, this cancellation does not work well.
Samsung is looking to continue improving its headphones and is already working on their successors. The brand’s new generation of wireless headphones will hit the market as Galaxy Buds Pro. Following the Galaxy Buds + earlier this year, the brand is banking on the Pro surname in the next generation.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: analysis and user experience
We spent several weeks testing the Galaxy Buds Live, headphones that offer AKG-quality sound, unique design and noise cancellation.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro coming in 2021
One of the great unknowns to date is whether these next Galaxy Buds Pro will arrive with ANC or not. Previous Samsung headphones, such as the Galaxy Buds Live released in August, did not have such support. This is one of the most anticipated novelties, but at the moment it is not known whether it will make its debut in this generation or not.
These headphones would arrive in early 2021, accompanying the Galaxy S21 range, to be the successors of the Galaxy Buds + this year. They have already been certified by the FCC in the United States, where their model number is shown to be SM-R190, thus following Buds + (SM-R175) and Buds Live (SM-R180).
There is currently no data on these next Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, like the autonomy they would have. This is one area where the brand’s headphones do well, with the Buds + from earlier this year offering around 11 hours of battery life in total. So users will not have to worry about this.
Nothing is known of the dates on which these Galaxy Buds Pro will be formalized. This year’s Buds + arrived in February with the Galaxy S20 lineup, so Samsung will likely follow the same strategy in 2021 and they’ll be official in February.
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