Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Moniker Confirmed by Indonesia Telecom Certification, Launch Imminent

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are likely to be fueled with a large 472mAh battery. The upcoming TWS have now been spotted on the Korean NRRA certification website, which hints at an imminent launch.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Beyond

Update: Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro moniker has been confirmed by the Indonesia Telecom Certification. We have spotted a new listing on the Indonesia Telecom website that reveals that the upcoming wireless earbuds from Samsung will be known as Galaxy Buds Pro. Furthermore, the listing reveals that the wireless earbuds will come with model number SM-R190. This is the same model number that has been spotted seen in the Korean NRRA certification. However, it is important to note these are not Galaxy Buds Beyond, which has been leaked on numerous occasions.

Original story follows…

Samsung is reportedly in the works to launch a new pair of truly wireless earbuds, which will allegedly be called the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro. The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro is tipped to be unveiled alongside the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of smartphones. Not too long ago, we spotted the aforementioned Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro on the Chinese 3C certification website, which revealed that the company’s upcoming TWS would possibly feature a 472mAh battery. Today, we have spotted the same model number on the Korean NRRA certification website, which hints at an imminent launch. Take a look at the Korean NRRA certification for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro TWS and find out what it has in store for us.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro visit Korean NRRA certification, launch imminent

Samsung Galaxy Buds Beyond (SM-R190)

As seen in the Korean NRRA certification, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro (with the model number Samsung SM-R190) have been certified on November 27, 2020, which happens to be today. The certification categorizes the model number as a low power wireless device, further solidifying the assumption that these could very well be a pair of TWS. Other than that, the Korean NRRA certification does not tell us anything about the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro.

That said, we already know that the TWS will pack a significant 472mAh battery, which could very well be the battery capacity of the case of the TWS, as it is unlikely that the individual buds will have such large battery capacity. To learn more about the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.

As of now, this is all the information that we have on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the coming days. Whenever we do, we will keep you posted on the same. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro? Do let us know in the comments section below.


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