As per the previous reports in the past few days, Samsung is tipped to launch a few new smartphones, including Galaxy Z Fold3, Galaxy Z Flip3, and Galaxy S21 FE, in the month of August. It looks like the company is also introducing the Galaxy Buds 2 at the launch event. The pair of earbuds has recently passed the FCC Certification with the design and a few key specs.
According to the recent report by Tipster (Via @simransingh931), the upcoming Galaxy Buds 2 have passed the FCC Certification today. The Galaxy Buds2 will official carrying the SM-R177 as the model number. Coming to the charging case, it will carry the model number EP-QR177.
The design seems similar to the Galaxy buds, which was released back in 2020. In contrast, the charging case is similar to the existing Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Buds Live. The listing pictures confirm that similar to the previous buds; the new Galaxy Buds2 will also come in black, followed by the three other colours: white, purple, and green.
Regarding the battery, the Galaxy Buds 2 will be backed by a 120mAh battery each, and there’s a 500mAh battery for the charging case to recharge the buds. Like other existing buds, the upcoming buds 2 will also equip with a dual-microphone setup and Active noise cancellation feature. As far as the price, a few reports have confirmed that the Buds 2 will be official at $100.
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