Samsung Galaxy Buds Live have confirmed design in high resolution images!

The volume of leaks on the new TWS earbuds (True Wireless Stereo) from Samsung continues to increase, further strengthening the rumors that point to a presentation later this month. After the recent FCC certification, now recognized leaker Evan Blass has published high-resolution images that confirm all design details.

As already known, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live will arrive with a unique bean-shaped design, which should guarantee great comfort and a very discreet impact on the ear.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live

In addition to the design of the earbuds, the images published by Evan Blass also reveal the colors in which the Galaxy Buds Live will be available and the design of their transport / charging boxes.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live want to revolutionize the earbud segment

More and more users are looking for an offer premium in the segment of earbuds, which present themselves as wireless earphones much more discreet than the popular AirPods. However, in addition to the offers from the various Chinese manufacturers (Xiaomi, Realme, Oppo, etc.) that bet mainly on the competitive price, there is no great offer in the segment premium.

There is no doubt that Galaxy Buds Live will stand out from the competition thanks to their bean-shaped design, but everything indicates that they will also stand out for the quality of music reproduction. Although details about its specifications have not been confirmed, everything indicates that they will arrive with support for active noise cancellation, a feature absent in the popular Galaxy Buds Plus.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live detail

In the image that shows the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live in detail, we can see the presence of a speaker and two microphones, which should be used for noise cancellation and better performance during calls.

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