When Samsung launched the Galaxy Buds+ earlier this year, some were upset by the firm’s decision to essentially keep the concept unchanged. Nor do the earbuds provide strong noise cancellation, which is also frustrating. Samsung is now working on a new pair of true wireless earbuds, codenamed “beans,” according to a WinFuture article.
The article contains several images of the next-gen Galaxy Headphones, which are obviously based on earbuds sketches and 3D models. The earbuds will have a bean-like shape, with two speaker drivers located in the lower portion, as you can see in the renders above. The earbuds would apparently have a “closed channel” for better audio, along with the two speaker drivers, and several microphones for great call sound. In addition, the earbuds should have sensors for detecting whether or not the earbuds are mounted inside the ear canal.
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The WinFuture study does not disclose any of the key features or tech specs of the coming true wireless earbuds. It’s still unclear if this year’s earbuds will be released, but the article says it’s likely they might be debuting in August along with the Galaxy Note 20 series phones.
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