Images of Samsung’s bean-shaped earbuds leak again, including its charging case
Published on: 2020-07-11 21:06:38 | Category: Technology | By: admin
The forthcoming bean-shaped earbuds from Samsung once again leaked in a series of new pictures, which for the first time also include its charging case. Evan Blass initially leaked the images, before being republished by 9to5Google. Blass also claims that the earbuds should be called the Galaxy Buds Live, rather than the "Galaxy Beans," as well as giving us our best look at the earbuds' charging case and bronze color scheme yet.
Although these are set to be the second pair of true wireless earbuds from Samsung this year, they 're a major departure from the Galaxy Buds Plus. What's interesting about the Galaxy Buds Live style is that they don't seem to have a silicone ear tip that's sitting in your ear canal while you're wearing it. Alternatively, there's just a bean-shaped earbud in the outer portion of your ear that you wear.
The charging case, which had not been included in a previous WinFuture leak, is similar to what we saw with other true wireless headphones. For the non-existent ear tips to slot into, there is no recessed section, but otherwise, we can see a typical set of charging pins.
A final point is that the photos seem to indicate that the earbuds have a pair of microphones on the outside, as well as what 9to5Google calls a "vent-like speaker." These microphones are likely to be used to make calls, and could also play a part in the active-noise cancelation that Gizmodo UK has mentioned helping those earbuds.
Blass has also posted new images of the Galaxy Tab S7 in addition to these images of Samsung's upcoming true wireless earbuds. The images, later republished by SamMobile, show a tablet with a Galaxy Tab S6-like design. It is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset, and will have a fingerprint sensor in the camera.
We shouldn't wait long to find out if those reports are true. It is expected that the earbuds and tablets will be released in August, where they will potentially appear next to the Galaxy Note 20.