The Samsung Galaxy Buds have been a sneaky good option in the truly wireless earbuds space. Announced alongside the Galaxy S10, Samsung has been pushing the Buds hard and people seem to like them a lot. Samsung got into the wireless earbud game early, but they aren’t slowing down. We’re starting to hear rumblings about the next version, which will reportedly have a “+” tacked on to the name.
The Galaxy Buds+ name was first revealed by @evleaks earlier this week. SamMobile has now discovered that Samsung has started published support pages for the earbuds. The existence of support pages doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll see the earbuds soon, but it’s a good sign. Samsung could be planning to announce them alongside the Galaxy S11 series.
Now, we don’t know anything about what brings the “+” to the Galaxy Buds+, but there are some obvious possibilities. Apple just released the AirPods Pro with active noise cancellation, and that seems like a feature we could see in Samsung’s next earbuds. Evan’s tweet did mention the AirPods Pro, but we can’t put too much merit into that. Whatever the upgraded features will be, we can expect some improvement over the standard earbuds.
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