Samsung has already missed all the surprises and details of its new wireless headphones called Galaxy Buds Live , a device that will be presented on August 5 under the Galaxy Unpacked.
It is likely that when Samsung announces the Galaxy Buds Live during the Galaxy Unpacked on August 5, few people will be surprised, and that is that practically all the details, including design and price, have already been released in the last hours.
It all started with an original leak of the companion app for Samsung’s Galaxy Buds where not only the name of Galaxy Buds Live has been confirmed , as already intuited, but also the expected support for active noise cancellation .
In this application, a guide on how to use the headphones in a unique way has also been leaked and they also show the touch controls that we will have available. Some of the functions of this application include Find My Earbuds and different equalizer options. To this we must add a video that shows how to place the Galaxy Buds Live to ensure a proper fit, and that has been taken from the APK.
This is how you will have to put in your Samsung Galaxy Buds Live (or BEANS).
From the Buds Live APK. #Samsung #GalaxyBudsLive pic.twitter.com/NKREpg8ojx – Ishan Agarwal (@ ishanagarwal24) July 24, 2020
As if that were not enough the leaks, since WinFuture have already finished knowing the rest of the extra specifications such as the battery life and other technical details. One of the details that users most expected to know was the battery life of the device, and the report suggests that we will have a duration of up to 7.5 hours with a single charge achievable by deactivating certain listening functions. If all default features are left on, the battery life would drop to 4.5 hours.
This duration could be up to 28 hours if we rely on the charging case, a case that can be charged wirelessly through a Qi-enabled charger or through the Type C USB port.
Other specifications to highlight include an array of three microphones including two external and one internal, also sensors for touch, acceleration, reverberation and distance.
But the most expected detail is the price, and from WinFuture they assure that it could be around $ 169 .
[Via: TheVerge ]