Samsung will launch the latest version of its true wireless headset Galaxy Buds Live at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event on August 5. These headphones have been leaked in multiple renderings, and information about them is widely available on the Internet. Wearables are again on Twitter, providing a complete look from multiple angles. The most eye-catching feature of the Galaxy Buds Live in the latest leak is the redesigned square charging box, and there is also a black variant.
The image tweeted by the tipster Ishan Agarwal shows the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live from all angles. First, the buds have two color variations: mysterious black and mysterious bronze. Previous reports claimed that there was also a white option, but the latest leak did not mention it. The bean-shaped earplugs are square shaped with a newly designed case.
Last week, promoter Roland Quandt shared detailed information and specifications of Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. According to his tweet, the headset is said to provide 4.5 hours of battery life. There is no information on how many times the case can be charged. The rendering shows that these buds come with a three-microphone setting on each bud. Various sources have also confirmed the existence of active noise reduction and the correct wearing method.
They are said to be equipped with 12mm dynamic drivers. The rendering shows that the earplugs do not have any silicone earplugs. There is also a “speaker like a vent” in the middle of the bud. The price has been set at US$169 (approximately Rs 12,600). In addition, Agarwal suggested in a recent tweet that the price of Samsung Galaxy Buds Live could be around 189 Euros (approximately Rs 16,600). Galaxy Buds Live will be officially unveiled on the unpackaged Galaxy in 2020 along with Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Tab S7 series and Galaxy Z Fold 2.
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