We had exclusively reported last month that Samsung will unveil its upcoming true wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Live, in July. The design and some features of the earbuds have already been leaked. Now, a support page for the wireless earbuds has appeared on Samsung’s own website, confirming that they’re coming soon.
A support page for the Galaxy Buds Live with model number SM-R180 has appeared on Samsung Korea’s website. While the webpage doesn’t reveal images or specifications of the upcoming earbuds, it confirms the existence of the Galaxy Buds Live and hints that they’re launching soon. The earbuds had recently appeared in FCC’s database.
The Galaxy Buds Live are shaped like a kidney bean and feature three microphones on each side for active noise cancellation. They will be launched in three colors: Black, Mystic Bronze, and White. It is also being expected that the upcoming earbuds feature a built-in music player and wireless charging. They’re rumored to be priced below $150 to compete with Apple’s AirPods.
Samsung’s lineup of truly wireless earbuds also includes the Galaxy Buds and the Galaxy Buds+. Both earbuds feature an in-ear-canal design, automatic wear detection, Bluetooth 5.0 with AAC codecs, USB Type-C charging, and Qi wireless charging. The Galaxy Buds+ have relatively superior sound quality, thanks to a dual-driver setup.