Samsung’s Galaxy Buds+ shown in the official video, looks unchanged

Samsung is busy working on its three new upcoming smartphones in the Galaxy S line up: the Galaxy S11, S11e, and S11+. In recent days, multiple leaks revealed their design, displays and camera specifications.

Recently, Samsung is seemingly preparing to refresh the Galaxy Buds, the company’s truly wireless earbuds. Reportedly, the new earbuds are will be called Galaxy Buds+. Moreover, renowned leaker Evan Blass and Samsung news site SamMobile have already revealed the existence of the new wireless earbuds too.

However, today we are providing you with the strongest evidence yet for the presence of Galaxy Bud+.

Samsung’s upcoming truly wireless earbuds called Galaxy Buds+ appear to have a launch soon. As far as the design is concerned, the device will be retaining the exact same design as the current ones.

Interestingly, XDA-Developers leaked two animation videos related to the evidence of the Galaxy Buds+.

The buds in the video appear to be the same as the predecessors and unfortunately, it’s unclear what’s changed. The current Galaxy Buds lack support for aptX. Therefore, it won’t be a surprise if this upgrade happens in the new Galaxy Buds+.

The animation videos show the charging case and the wireless earbuds, confirming the basic design of the Galaxy Buds+ is unchanged from the current generation Galaxy Buds.

Besides the name and design, we can’t confirm if they support ANC. We still need to wait to get information like if they support onboard storage or not, available variant colors, price, and the date of launch. However, we will surely be getting new updates regarding Galaxy Buds+ in the upcoming weeks.

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