The new Galaxy Buds come with the Galaxy S21 series, here are all the details
Samsung has gotten into the habit of launching new Galaxy Buds wireless headphones with new Galaxy S flagships. He has been doing that for the past two years, and in case you were worried that it might not be next year as well, we can now confirm that he will indeed launch a new pair.
This will be Samsung's second wireless headset in less than six months. If you remember, they released Galaxy Buds Live in August this year.
The new Galaxy buds will have active noise cancellation
Galaxy Buds Live was a completely different product. They came six months after the Galaxy Buds + were launched with the Galaxy S20 series. They had a different design and were the first Samsung headphones to support active noise cancellation.
They are not meant to replace Galaxy Buds. A confirmation has arrived that Samsung will launch new headphones with Galaxy S21 that will have the same design in the ear as Galaxy Buds / Buds +. Samsung has also made some improvements "under the hood."
The usual upgrades have been made to improve the sound quality, and sources also reveal that there will be an improved ambient mode. It is a function that allows external noise to penetrate through the bugs so that you are aware of your surroundings. Previous applications have not been perfect, so improvements will certainly be welcome.
The performance of the ANC should be better than with the Galaxy Buds Live, at least in theory, because the design in the ear effectively seals the ear canal to provide a level of natural noise cancellation. When you add an ANC to that, there could be a noticeable difference compared to the ANC on Galaxy Buds Live.
It is not clear at this time what Samsung will call these new headphones. The name Galaxy Buds Beyond has been imposed for some time. It is also possible that Samsung may give them a completely different nickname. The Galaxy S21 is set to be unveiled in early January 2021. The new Galaxy Buds will surely be unveiled the same day, in colors similar to those already available for existing headphones.