The Galaxy Buds Pro, Samsung’s upcoming true wireless earbuds, leaked again from YouTuber Digital Slang in a hands-on video.
In addition to confirming the specs of the earbuds and giving us an idea of how they look in the true word, the video also offers some first impressions of how they work.
The YouTuber said he received the unannounced earbuds from a Facebook vendor, where others have also been sold by SamMobile.
Digital Slang says, echoing previous news, that the earbuds have an IPX7 dust and water resistance rating, support wireless charging, and feature active noise cancellation.
There’s also a mode of openness that helps the wearer to hear what’s happening while wearing the earbuds around them.
The transparency mode of the earbuds is among the best he has heard from a pair of earbuds, according to Digital Slang, but the noise-cancellation falls short of what Apple’s AirPods Pro provides.
The hands-on video adds to a series of information over the past month that have circulated about the earbuds.
Thanks to a spec sheet leaked by WalkingCat, we saw models, 3D animations, and even a rumored $199 price tag.
Apparently, battery life will remain at up to 8 hours from the earbuds themselves, increasing to 28 hours when combined with the charging case, bringing them in a ballpark close to the specs of the Galaxy Buds Live, the previous true wireless earbuds from Samsung.
At Samsung’s next Unpacked case, which is now officially due to take place on January 14th, all signs point towards the Galaxy Buds Pro being unveiled.
Other devices expected at the event include the Galaxy S21 smartphone lineup, as well as the Tile-like tracking devices from Samsung.