Samsung is gearing up to launch the upcoming flagship smartphone series the Galaxy S21 in the first quarter of 2021. Alongside the company is also tipped to launch the next-generation earbuds dubbed as Galaxy Buds Pro. Amid all the leaks and speculations, we have spotted the Galaxy Buds Pro on the FCC certification revealing the case design and more. Here’s a closer look at the latest listing.
After confirming the moniker via Indonesia telecom certification. Now, the FCC website also confirms the SM-R190 model earbuds will be called Buds Pro. The TWS is listed on FCC website with model number SM-R190R and SM-R190L representing the right and left side of the Earbuds of Galaxy Buds Pro respectively. The listing also revealed the design of the charging case. The Galaxy Buds Pro is going to arrive in square-shaped charging case design with round edges.
Apart from this, the FCC listing didn’t reveal much information about the upcoming TWS earbuds from Samsung. The certification categorizes the model number as a low power wireless device. The FCC listing also revealed that the Galaxy Buds Pro is located in the similar Cradle of the Galaxy Buds Live. The Cradle with model number EP-QR190 is also shown on FCC label diagram image and the same Cradle model was also spotted on Korean NRRA certification site.
Meanwhile, we have also listed the Galaxy Buds Pro on SGS certification with model number SM-R190. The listing also claimed that the TWS earbuds will be fuelled by an 58mAh battery on each side.
The earbuds with the same model number were earlier listed in the Korean NRRA certification and the Galaxy Buds Pro were also spotted on the 3C certification site. The 3C listing suggests that the TWS will pack a 472mAh battery unit. It is expected that this might be the battery capacity for the capsule case and the individual earbuds will have different battery size.
The Galaxy Buds Pro is speculated to arrive alongside the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. The flagship smartphone series is expected to be launched in January 2020. Currently, there is not much information available about the successor of the Galaxy Buds+, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the coming days.
Let’s see when the company is planning to launch the Galaxy Buds Pro and at what price point it’s going to be available up for grabs. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro? Do let us know in the comments section below.