The & # 39; Galaxy Buds & # 39; appearing, supposedly new wireless headphones from Samsung that would compete against Apple's AirPods - Xataka

We are just a few days away from Samsung's Unpacked, of which every day that passes seems to take shape on the basis of rumors and leaks. We already know that during this event we will know the new (yes, in the plural) Galaxy S10, which will contain a version for ten years known as & # 39; Beyond X & # 39 ;, as well as the expected foldable smartphone and even a new smartwatch. But today the first details of some assumptions come to the fore & # 39; Galaxy Buds & # 39 ;, which would be the new wireless headphones from Samsung.

According to the leak, the Galaxy Buds They would replace the Gear IconX, Samsung's first wireless headset, which also contained movement functions for physical activity and which we met in 2016. Unfortunately, IconXs was not what was expected, especially in the field of autonomy. In addition, the launch of Apple's AirPods did not make it easy for Samsung.

And we can charge them with a Galaxy S10

If we rely on brand registrations and Bluetooth certifications, these new headphones will be called Galaxy Buds and will be an important update for the IconX. First of all because they would have Bluetooth 5.0, 8 GB of storage space and a "better battery than the previous wireless headphones from Samsung, the IconX Gear".

Another of his characteristics, and that would be confirmed by the filtered image, is that these Galaxy Buds would have a case that is equipped with wireless charging, the most interesting being that they can be loaded with the supposed reverse load that the Galaxy S10 will achieve, a feature we have seen in the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and which is compatible with the FreeBuds 2 Pro.

The rumor suggests that the Galaxy Buds have a price of $ 150that she would place something underneath the AirPods would arrive in a wide variety of colors, the same as the Galaxy S10, and would be launched in March to coincide with the sale of Samsung's new high-end smartphone .

Fortunately, we do not have to wait long because we will leave out doubts on 20 February.

Samsung Galaxy Buds

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