Samsung's next Galaxy Buds name might have been revealed

Samsung's next Galaxy Buds name might have been revealed
The Galaxy Buds seem to be very popular among customers to warrant Samsung's decision to bring another model on the market next year. However, to remain relevant to the market, Samsung plans to add a couple of differentiators.

A new tweet from famous leakster Evan Blass claims the buds from Samsung will be launched on the market as Samsung Galaxy Buds+ to emphasize on the improvements over the previous generation of earphones.

Not much is known about the upcoming Galaxy Buds, though previous rumors say the Galaxy Buds+ will have 8GB of storage built in. We also know the Galaxy Buds+ will be available in at least four color options at launch: white, silver, black and yellow.

Samsung might also include new technologies like active noise-cancellation to make it better than the current Galaxy Buds, but this is just speculation at the moment. As usual, Samsung will unveil the new Galaxy Buds+ alongside its new Galaxy S10 flagship, which is likely to happen in February around the Mobile World Congress 2020 trade fair.

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4 Comments

2. AliDabbirKhan

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 23, 2013

What 8GB storage?

5. PhoneCritic

Posts: 1366; Member since: Oct 05, 2011

That's exactly what I am thinking. I was not aware they had storage of 8Gb? That would make them a hell of a deal when I got them for free. Can anyone confirmed this or is PA wrong?

6. cgraham8

Posts: 18; Member since: Oct 03, 2013

PA is wrong. The Galaxy Buds have NO storage.

7. superguy

Posts: 471; Member since: Jul 15, 2011

No, you guys read it wrong. They're saying the Buds+ may have 8 GB of storage, not that the current ones do. That may have been an edit since the original was published - I didn't see it at the time you guys commented.

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