The Galaxy Buds2 Pro in the picture are named Zenith Grey, and they look fairly similar to the original Buds Pro, but with an almost entirely matte finish.
The leaked spec sheet suggests that the Galaxy Buds2 Pro have built-in 10mm drivers, support for Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, and include multiple microphones on each earbud for optimal HD voice pickup and noise cancellation. expectedSamsungThe “smart active noise cancellation” technology will be used on the Buds2 Pro, which can block more outside noise than the old Galaxy Buds.
The Galaxy Buds2 Pro will also allegedly bring 360-degree audio for a more immersive experience in supported apps.
The source also mentions an IPX7 rating, like the original Galaxy Buds Pro, which can be submerged in 1 meter of water for half an hour. A single charge can bring 8 hours of playback time, and the battery life can be up to 29 hours with the blessing of the charging case. The charging case will be able to charge wirelessly as well as through its USB-C port.
The report speculates that the Buds2 Pro will go on sale on August 26th. They will be available in Zenith Grey, Zenith White and Bora Purple, and will retail for €229 in Europe and $229 in the US.