Update: The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live (with the model number Samsung SM-R180) have now been spotted on the company’s Korean support page, which hints that the launch date might not be too far from now.
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Samsung has finally officially confirmed that it will organize its Galaxy Unpacked event 2020 on August 5. The brand is supposedly going to launch its flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 foldable smartphone, and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 during the event. Furthermore, there is a high chance that Samsung could unveil its brand new TWS during the event, which will allegedly be called the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. While little is known about Samsung Galaxy Buds Live for now, we have spotted a new pair of Samsung earphones on the FCC certification authority website and the Nemko AS certification website, which could very well be the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. The certifications give us some key details surrounding the alleged Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. Take a look.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live Passes Through FCC and Nemko AS Certifications, Could Launch Alongside Galaxy Note 20
As seen in the certification images, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live (with the model number Samsung SM-R180) has recently been certified by the FCC. The FCC certification has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live will operate between 2402MHz – 2480MHz frequencies. The TWS will measure somewhere around 15m x 26mm x 14mm and will weigh in at just around 5 grams. Furthermore, the AS Nemko certification suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live will feature 5Vdc charging support.
Other than this, the rest of the specifications and features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are relatively unknown for now, 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 truly wireless earphones by Samsung? Do let us know in the comments section below.