Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2 Spotted on FCC Certification Website, Could Launch Soon

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2 could launch in July.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2
Representative image of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2 is expected to launch sometime later this year as the follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2. A few days back, the upcoming true wireless’s colour options were leaked and as per tipster, the TWS are expected to launch in July, which is just a couple of weeks away from now.

Now, the Galaxy Buds Pro 2 TWS have been spotted on the FCC website revealing some features and with this certification under its belt, the Galaxy Buds Pro 2 is now one step closer to the launch. Going by the name, these will be the successor to the Galaxy Buds Pro. Let’s take a look at the FCC certification listing in detail.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2 Bags FCC Certification

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2 TWS have been spotted on the FCC database with the “SM-R510” model number. These are registered as Bluetooth headset with a Bluetooth frequency range of 2402 MHz to 2480 Mhz. The Bluetooth headset is said to come with a DC power supply of 3.85 V. Further, the right earbud has been registered with FCC ID “A3LSMR510R” and the left bud has been registered with “A3LSMR510L” on the listing. These listings do not give us any specifications and features of the device yet.

A few days back, the colour options of the Galaxy Buds Pro 2 were tipped. These upcoming buds are expected to come in three colour options 一 Zenith White, Zenith Bora Purple, and Zenith Graphite. The original Galaxy Buds Pro came in Phantom Violet, Phantom Black, and Phantom Silver colours. We can expect a couple of premium features like active noise cancellation and wireless charging on the device, but nothing is confirmed for now.

As for the launch, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2 are expected to launch sooner this year in July, while the Samsung Galaxy Fold 4, Galaxy Flip 4, and the Galaxy Watch 5 series are expected to arrive later in the August Unpacked event.

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