Samsung is no stranger to the trend of truly wireless earbuds, having released two editions of the Samsung Gear IconX, but have yet to reach the level of greatness seemingly achieved by Apple’s AirPods. At Unpacked 2019, Samsung announced their latest attempt, the Galaxy Buds.
Tomorrow, Samsung is set to officially unveil a plethora of new products, and the company hasn’t done the greatest job in hiding those secrets. We’ve already seen tons of leaks of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 family, as well as its new watch and headphones. In the latest leak, though, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds get pictured from all angles and leave nothing to the imagination.
An update to the Galaxy Wearable app for Android gives us an early look at Samsung’s upcoming wearables.
Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy S10 series at an event in San Francisco next week, and it looks like we’ll also see a slew of wearables make their debut alongside the phones. An update rolled out to the Galaxy Wearable app for Android inadvertently displayed several unreleased products, including the Galaxy Watch Active, the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e, and Galaxy Buds, Samsung’s upcoming truly wireless earbuds.
Given that the Galaxy S10 event is only two weeks away now, it’s no surprise that we’re seeing more and more leaked images of the phone. Most of the photos are getting a bit repetitive, but something in WinFuture’s latest post caught our eye: the Galaxy Buds wirelessly charging from a Galaxy S10+.
About a week ago, the Galaxy Buds passed through the FCC (and were leaked by Samsung Turkey). However, this is our first real look at the Buds, which look like, well, every other pair of true wireless earbuds. Read More