The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) appears to have received Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds wireless earbuds, meaning the new product will soon be available. However, Droid-Life points out that the filing also hints at an interesting thing — the earbuds can charge up to 5V to 300mA, and the battery storage box has a power of 5V to 600mA. With this in mind, we suspect that the capacity and battery life of the new earbuds and battery packs have increased.
(From: Samsung, via TheVerge)
Even if the values in the FCC files are higher than the retail versions on the market, we don’t have to believe them. After all, the current generation of Galaxy Buds has a pretty good range compared to the competition.
The word for Apple’s AirPods lasted about 5 hours, while The Galaxy Buds claimed to be the body’s 6 hours plus 7 hours of battery case, and themedia found that it matched the official claim.
Unfortunately, there are no other images in the FCC file, so we don’t know what the next generation galaxy Buds wireless earbudbody body or charging box looks like, let alone the price and launch date.
Apple is expected to launch the Galaxy S11 Series and the second-generation Galaxy Fold Fold folding screen smartphone in February 2020, with the next generation of Galaxy Buds expected to be unveiled.