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Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro launch imminent: Check expected specs and prices



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LAST UPDATED: Jan. 3, 2021, 7:33 p.m.

New Delhi (Anish Yande): Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Buds Pro in the upcoming weeks. The Buds Pro has been spotted on Samsung’s Canada website before its upcoming launch. Several features of the Galaxy Buds Pro have been confirmed through the leaks.

The Samsung Canada website had the SM-R190 model number. The Samsung India website had the same model number. The Canada website confirmed some of the specs and the name associated with the device. 

The Galaxy Buds Pro is the newest True Wireless earphones from Samsung. Samsung had previously announced the Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Buds Live. 

Expected Specs of Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro:

According to several leaks and rumors about Samsung’s latest earphones, the Buds Pro is expected to pack an inbuilt battery of 61mAh. Each of the earbuds is expected to pack a 61 mAh battery. The leaks have suggested that the Buds Pro have a battery life of 28 hours on a single charge.

The charging unit of the Galaxy Buds Pro packs a 472mAh battery. The Buds Pro is expected to support voice-detection and 3D spatial audio. The earphones have an IPX7 rating and are expected to have gyro sensors. 

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to have integrated technologies such as Dolby Atmos and SoundAlive. The earbuds are expected to come with integrated active noise cancellation. 

Expected Prices of Galaxy Buds Pro:

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to be priced at $199, which is around Rs 14,545. The rumored price is higher compared to the  Galaxy Buds Live, which costs $169.99, which is around Rs 12,340. The Galaxy Buds+ is priced at $149.99, which is around Rs 10,800.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to be available in Silver and Black color variants. 

Samsung S21 series is set to be launched on January 14. The Galaxy Buds Pro could most likely be launched alongside the series on January 14th at 8.30 PM IST.

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