Samsung Galaxy Bean-Shaped Buds Surfaced Online With Three Colors

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Samsung Galaxy bean-shaped buds surfaced online with three colors. Samsung is all set to organize its bi-annual event on August 5, till now we know that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 20 series, a new tablet, a new watch. And now we can expect that Samsung is also going to show off a pair of wireless earbuds at the event. Some leaked renders show the images of Samsung Galaxy bean-shaped buds in three different colors.


This time the tipster Evan Blass leaked the images of Samsung’s Galaxy bean-shaped Buds, he posted a couple of images on his Patreon account that provides the best look of Samsung’s Galaxy Bean Shaped Buds. The leaked images show three color variants of the buds.

Galaxy Bean-Shaped Buds

Samsung Galaxy Bean-Shaped Buds Surfaced Online

We don’t have any exact information related to the official name of the Galaxy bean-shaped buds, but it is said that the buds will call Galaxy Buds X or Galaxy Buds Live (used by the tipster Evan Blass in this post). The leaked renders show Samsung’s buds in three distinct colors- white, black, and the copper textured Mystic Bronze (similar to the one used in Galaxy Note 20 Ultra whose images were leaked a few days back on Samsung’s Russian website).

Galaxy bean-shaped buds

Previously we got to have only 3D design of the buds, but these images show a clear and realistic view of Samsung’s Galaxy bean-shaped buds. The images show a kidney-bean shape of the buds with a vent-like speaker in the middle. And we can also see that buds will have two different microphone holes on either side of the buds, we can expect that these are for both voice command and for noise cancellation too.
The charging cases also shown in the leaked renders, and they are more rounded-off in a square shape with charging pins at the center. We can also assume that the Galaxy bean-shaped buds will have a magnet in it, to keep the buds in place.

Other leaked specs specify that the buds will launch under ($140) and can provide 11hours of expected battery life. The exact information is still under wraps, so we should wait for other news which will give us a more clear idea about Samsung Galaxy Buds Live or Galaxy Buds X.

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