Samsung’s upcoming true wi-fi earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Professional, have leaked once more in a hands on video from YouTuber Digital Slang. In addition to confirming the earbuds’ specs, and giving us an thought of how they give the impression of being in the true phrase, the video additionally delivers some first impressions on how they carry out. The YouTuber said he obtained the unannounced earbuds through a vendor on Fb, the place SamMobile has reported others have additionally been promoting them.
Echoing earlier experiences, Digital Slang says that the earbuds have a mud and water resistance ranking of IPX7, assist wi-fi charging, and have lively noise-cancellation. There’s additionally a transparency mode which permits the wearer to listen to what’s occurring round them whereas sporting the earbuds. In line with Digital Slang, the earbuds’ transparency mode is among the many finest he’s heard from a pair of earbuds, however the noise-cancellation falls in need of what’s supplied by Apple’s AirPods Professional.
The arms on video provides to a number of particulars which have leaked concerning the earbuds over the previous month. We’ve seen renders, 3D animations, and even a reported $199 price ticket because of a spec sheet leaked by WalkingCat. Battery life will apparently sit at as much as 8 hours from the earbuds themselves, rising to twenty-eight hours when paired with the charging case, placing them in an identical ballpark to the specs of Samsung’s earlier true wi-fi earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Live.
All indicators level in direction of the Galaxy Buds Professional being unveiled at Samsung’s subsequent Unpacked occasion, which is now formally due to take place on January 14th. Different gadgets anticipated on the occasion embrace the Galaxy S21 lineup of smartphones, in addition to Samsung’s Tile-like tracking devices.