Samsung Galaxy Buds Live leak shows off flashy colors, hints at ANC
What you need to know
- Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live have leaked once again, showing off its color options.
- There's also a hint of active noise cancellation with the tagline "Keep the noise out. Let the sound in."
- The Buds Live are expected to be unveiled this August.
Samsung is set to be introducing the Galaxy Buds Live, a pair of wireless earbuds to launch alongside the Note 20 at Unpacked this August. A new set of leaks via Walking Cat on Twitter shows us a little more about these buds and what we're going to expect when they release.
From the video, we can see that Samsung will be launching at least three colors, including the Mystic Bronze shade to match the upcoming Note.
There's also a hint of Active Noise Cancellation with the tagline "Keep the noise out. Let the sound in." It may not be present finally, but that tagline's a pretty strong indication in that direction.
Walking Cat also leaked an image of the buds as they present when placed in your ears (see the header image.) The buds look like they'll be comfortable and fit well without showing off too obtrusively, more like the Pixel Buds than AirPods. It's still not clear how much they'll cost, but they're unlikely to diverge overly much from Samsung's current's Buds pricing.
Samsung will probably be launching the Galaxy Buds with the Note 20, and Galaxy Z Flip successor this August 5th at an online Unpacked.
Galaxy Buds Plus
If you can't wait for the Galaxy Buds Live, Samsung's Buds Plus are a good second choice. There's no ANC, but there's a nice compact case, plenty of customization options, and good battery life. Oh, and the sound's pretty good too.
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I'm looking really forward to ''The Beans'' but I can't see how the ANC will be very good if there's no proper passive noise cancellation
It's hard for me to see them staying in place.