We have seen quite a lot of rumors about Samsung’s new product lines, including the new Galaxy Buds Live, a wireless earpiece with a grainy design. Beans are quite unique.
Recently, Samsung has officially confirmed the name of this Buds Live headset indirectly through the Galaxy Buds application, and revealed Buds Live will be integrated with active noise canceling technology ANC.
Specifically, the latest update of the Galaxy Buds app available on the App Store app store for iPhone devices has revealed this information. Samsung has added the ability to connect to the Galaxy Buds Live, as well as instructions to help users manipulate the headset with touch gestures. Besides the option of activating the active noise cancellation ANC, the application will also allow users to customize the sound (EQ) of the headset with the presets available, and the application also supports the feature. Find My Earbuds.
Earlier, a leaker posted a video extracted from the APK file of the Galaxy Buds app. The video shows users how to wear Galaxy Buds Live properly to achieve the highest sound and sound efficiency.
Wear Buds Live headphones properly
According to a source from WinFuture, the Galaxy Buds Live will cost $ 169, or about $ 3.9 million, which is $ 20 more expensive than the current Galaxy Buds + price. In addition, WinFuture also revealed that Buds Live will have a 4.5-hour battery life, integrate 3 mic recording and use the 12mm audio driver.
Galaxy Buds Live is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy Note20-series as well as the Galaxy Z Fold 2 on August 5 at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event.