SamMobile has affiliate and sponsored partnerships. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn a commission.

Notifications
    News for you

    Samsung confirms Galaxy Buds Pro via its own website

    General
    By 

    Last updated: January 1st, 2021 at 11:54 UTC+01:00

    We all know that Samsung will soon unveil its next-generation truly wireless earbuds, thanks to a plethora of leaks. The design, images, and features of the Galaxy Buds Pro were leaked over the past few weeks. Now, the upcoming earbuds have been indirectly confirmed by Samsung.

    Samsung Canada has listed the Galaxy Buds Pro on its website, confirming the name and the model number (SM-R190). These are going to be Samsung's top-of-the-line wireless earbuds, equipped with active noise cancellation and loads of features. In terms of pricing, they are expected to sit above the Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Live.

    Galaxy Buds Pro leaked specs

    Going by previous leaks and certifications, the Galaxy Buds Pro feature Bluetooth 5.1 with LE, a dual-driver setup, an in-ear canal design, 3D spatial audio, Dolby Atmos, Ambient Mode, Conversation Mode, and touch controls. These earbuds reportedly last up to a total of 22 hours, combined with the case.

    Other features include a companion app, NFC, SmartThings Find compatibility, USB Type-C port, fast charging, and wireless charging. Samsung is expected to price these for just $199. Despite its lower price, it appears that the Galaxy Buds Pro are a great match for Apple's $249 AirPods Pro.

    Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Listing Website

    Via General Galaxy Buds Pro

    You might also like

    Galaxy Buds can now launch Samsung Music with touch and hold gesture

    Galaxy Buds can now launch Samsung Music with touch and hold gesture

    Samsung's wireless earbuds come with a touchpad and support various touch gestures, including a touch and hold gesture that can be assigned to launching apps like Spotify and Bixby or performing actions such as increasing and decreasing the volume But did you know that the touch and hold gesture cannot be used to launch the […]

    • By Abhijeet Mishra
    • 3 weeks ago
    Best Samsung Earbuds in 2024

    Best Samsung Earbuds in 2024

    Samsung recognized the growing popularity of earbuds and seriously started competing in this segment with the original Galaxy Buds. Launched in 2019, they were arguably the best Samsung earbuds at that time. Since then, the company has significantly improved its offerings. The true wireless earbuds that Samsung has released since then have delivered incredible gains […]

    • By Adnan Farooqui
    • 4 months ago
    Galaxy Buds Poke Ball cases are now available in Europe

    Galaxy Buds Poke Ball cases are now available in Europe

    Galaxy Buds cases always seemed like a perfect fit for Poke Ball-shaped accessories. And thankfully for Pokemon fans, Samsung took full advantage of that idea. The company has launched various Pokemon cases for Galaxy Buds, and now, Samsung is bringing three Poke Ball-inspired designs to Europe — more specifically, Spain. Samsung is releasing Ultraball, Greatball, […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 6 months ago
    Samsung phones get Galaxy Buds lock screen widget with April 2023 update

    Samsung phones get Galaxy Buds lock screen widget with April 2023 update

    Samsung started releasing the April 2023 security update to various Galaxy smartphones and tablets earlier this month. While it brought the Image Clipper feature to some Galaxy S series phones, the update didn't bring any notable new changes or feature additions to most other phones. However, we've now discovered that it does bring one new […]

    • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
    • 1 year ago
    I’m never abandoning the Galaxy Buds and going back to wired headphones

    I’m never abandoning the Galaxy Buds and going back to wired headphones

    After more than one year of using the Galaxy Buds Pro, I'm convinced I'm never going back to using wired headphones with my Galaxy smartphone or tablet. And not because the 3.5mm headphone port is gone. There's always the option to use a USB-C-to-3.5mm adapter if I really want to listen to music through a […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 1 year ago
    Reminder to avoid Samsung earbuds if you’re allergic to nickel

    Reminder to avoid Samsung earbuds if you’re allergic to nickel

    Samsung's Galaxy Buds wireless earbuds are some of the best in the mobile industry, and it is unfortunate that some customers can't seem to enjoy them due to allergic reactions to stainless steel or, more likely, the small percentage of nickel contained within the stainless steel compound. Stainless steel is one of the most popular […]

    • By Mihai Matei
    • 1 year ago