Samsung Galaxy Buds Live India Launch Confirmed by Official Support Page Ahead of Galaxy UNPACKED Event


Update (22/07/2020, 12:00 PM IST):

We have now come across support pages of the Galaxy Buds Live (with model number SM-R180) on Samsung’s official website for India. It confirms that the Galaxy Buds Live will launch in the Indian market. That is not all though.

We have also spotted support pages of the Galaxy Buds Live on Samsung’s website for UK, Germany, and Russia, confirming that the upcoming truly wireless earphones from Samsung are set to launch in these regions.

The original story follows…

Samsung is said to be launching a new pair of truly wireless earphones at the brand’s Unpacked event that is scheduled for 5th August. According to a report from SamMobile that came out last month, these upcoming TWS earphones from Samsung will be called the Galaxy Buds Live. However, there hasn’t been any concrete proof regarding the name of these TWS earphones. Well, we have now come across an Indonesian Telecom certification of the upcoming TWS earphones from Samsung, which confirms its name.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live get Indonesian Telecom certification

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live Indonesia Telecom

The Indonesian Telecom certification of the upcoming TWS earphones from Samsung confirms that the retail name of the product will be Galaxy Buds Live. The certification also reveals that the model number of the Galaxy Buds Live is SM-R180.

Unfortunately, that is all the information the certification reveals. That being said, the renders of the Galaxy Buds are live, which reveal a few key specifications of the product.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live features and specifications

According to the renders, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live have a bean-shaped design with an on-ear fit. Each earbud has an optical sensor for wear detection and two microphones for taking calls, communicating with digital assistance, and Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). These Galaxy Buds Live are expected to feature USB Type-C port, wireless charging, AAC codec, and a decently long battery backup. These TWS earphones are said to cost around $150.