The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are expected to launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy S20 series of smartphones during the Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled for February 11. A little while ago, we were able to spot the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ on the FCC certification website, and now, the unofficial renders of the truly wireless earbuds by Samsung have got leaked, which showcase the color variants the buds are going to be offered in.
Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Leaked Unofficial Renders Showcase the Color Options
The leaked renders have surfaced courtesy of an exclusive report from 91Mobiles. As seen in the image above, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ will resemble the original Samsung Galaxy Buds in terms of design. Even the charging case for the buds looks almost the same as the one found with the first buds. The thing that sets the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ apart (at least when looks are concerned) is the addition of a new Sky Blue color variant alongside the Black and the White color options. We can see the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ touting silicone ear-tips for a comfortable and snug fit. Moreover, we can easily locate the glossy triangular region on the top of the earbuds, which will provide for touch controls for music playback, accepting/rejecting incoming phone calls, and activating the voice assistant of the device the Buds+ are paired with.
Coming to the charging case for the Samsung Galaxy Buds+, the case retains the shape and form of its original counterpart. The difference here could likely be the fact that the new case would support wireless charging, as well as charging over a USB Type-C port. Also, we can spot what looks like physical buttons (L and R) below the LED indicator. While we are not so sure as to what purpose these buttons would solve, the source speculates that they could be nothing but the battery indicators for each bud. The Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are tipped to offer improved sound quality over their predecessor. Moreover, the previous rumors suggest that the buds will feature Active Noise Cancellation, meaning that the chances of their price being higher than the original Galaxy Buds are also likely.
So far, this is all we know about the Galaxy Buds+, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the times to come, as the launch date is not too far from now. What are your thoughts on the upcoming truly wireless earbuds by Samsung? Do let us know in the comments section below.