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The Galaxy Buds FE are Samsung’s upcoming wireless earbuds

Three weeks ago, we learned that the South Korean conglomerate Samsung was working on a new pair of TWS earbuds. The new pair of earbuds carries the model number SM-R400N. It indicates that it will be a pair of affordable earbuds rather than a flagship one. Previously, Samsung debuted the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro in August of last year. The Galaxy Buds 2 arrived in August 2021. So, this time around, the Galaxy Buds 3 were expected.

Reportedly, the new pair of earbuds is named the Galaxy Buds FE. This is officially confirmed although eh company has not announced the product. The company has uploaded a user manual on its German website that contains photos of the upcoming earbuds.

The Galaxy Buds FE have no support for wireless charging

The user manual showcases the features of the Buds. Notably, the upcoming earbuds have no support for wireless charging. The case can be charged via a USB Type-C port. The case is glossy white in color, and the buds are black in color with a matte finish. Charging indicators are provided on the internal as well as external sides of the charging case.

In order to provide users with an immersive listening experience, the buds have active noise cancellation (ANC) support. Each bud accompanies two microphones. Besides this, the buds feature an ambient sound mode to enable interaction with the environment. The buds have wear detection and a wing tip to ensure a proper fit. It also contains a touch panel for various controls.

The user manual doesn’t indicate the information about the battery capacity. The earbuds might debut before the end of this year with the Galaxy S23 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE series. In addition to this, the company is working on Galaxy Tab S9 models and the Galaxy SmartTag 2 as well.

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