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    Amazon confirms Galaxy Buds FE release for October

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    Last updated: September 28th, 2023 at 12:56 UTC+02:00

    It's no secret that Samsung is working on a new lineup of FE-branded devices. One of them is the Galaxy Buds FE. The new wireless earbuds have already been comprehensively leaked by Samsung itself, so nothing is going to come as a surprise to us anymore.

    What the company hasn't revealed at this point in time is precisely when these earbuds are going to be available for purchase. Word on the street is that the Galaxy Buds FE release is slated for next month and Amazon India might just have confirmed that now.

    Galaxy Buds FE gets a product page on Amazon India

    A landing page for the Galaxy Buds FE has been put up by Amazon India, confirming the name of the device, and highlighting that it's going to offer an “excellent listening experience for everyone.”

    The page itself doesn't mention a release date but it does point out that it will be made available during Amazon's Great Indian Festival next month, an online shopping event that likely coincides with Amazon Prime Day elsewhere in the second week of October.

    The price and other details haven't been mentioned but earlier leaks have revealed that the Galaxy Buds FE will be priced at $99. They'll have a single audio driver with three mics. Active Noise Cancellation will be supported as well, thus providing users with great value for money at this price point.

    Given that the new FE lineup includes the Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Tab S9 and Tab S9+ FE as well as these Buds, it wouldn't be unusual if Samsung conducted an online announcement to showcase all of these products next month.

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