More Info Regarding Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Just Got Leaked!

Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Just Got Leaked

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Samsung is due to release the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. Recently, there was a leak regarding the TWS buds, which offered a sneak peek into what the new wireless earphones will look like and what colors they will be available in. 

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Now, more leaks just got leaked. But this time, the leak offers an inside look into the tech that the new wireless buds will be boasting.

As you might have guessed, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro specs just got leaked. And according to the leak, the next flagship wireless earphones from Samsung will flaunt “intelligent” noise-canceling tech. 

Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Just Got Leaked
Source: Samsung

The leak claims that the successor of Galaxy Bud Pro will have a “significant 33dB reduction in ambient noise when the feature is active”.

But how do you know whether the leak is legit or not? According to the German news outlet, WinFuture, the leak came from “official marketing images and technical details.” 

So, you can take the info with a little less grain of salt. The new leak also clarifies the colorways available for the TWS buds. The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will come in purple, white, and “Zenith Grey.”

Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Just Got Leaked
Source: Samsung

From the pictures, it seems like the “Zenith Grey” is more like graphite. But as the buds are not out yet, you can not tell whether the color will be more like grey or graphite in real life.

Nonetheless, the leak also provided more information regarding the sound department. The new buds from Samsung are purportedly coming with 10 mm drivers. 

Those can supposedly offer a “studio-quality” sound. Also, Samsung is integrating their version of Spatial Audio, which will go by 360 Audio.

Furthermore, the new buds will integrate HD Voice technology, which might have something to do with the call quality. It might increase the clarity of the voice calls and make the buds easier to use for voice calls. 

Galaxy Buds 2 Pro Just Got Leaked
Source: Samsung

The leak also suggested that the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will feature an IPX7 rating. That means the TWS buds will survive up to 30 minutes in 1 meter of fresh water.

However, according to the leaks, there has not been too much of an improvement in terms of the battery life. With that ANC off, the new Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will apparently be capable of providing up to 8 hours of runtime. 

That is only one hour higher than the current Galaxy Buds Pro can offer. And it will be able to deliver up to 55 minutes of playback with five minutes of charge.

Source: Samsung

Moving on, there is another exciting thing about the leak. The new TWS buds are tipped to be one of the first in the world to have Bluetooth 5.3 support

This Bluetooth chip promises a smoother streaming experience and a stronger overall signal. That means connection drops might not be something that you would have to worry about with these wireless earphones.

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This post was last updated on 2024-05-25 / Some images from Amazon Product API & some links may be affiliate links which may earn us a commission from purchases.

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