Galaxy Buds 3 Pro Abandons Bean Shape, New Render Confirms

Galaxy Buds 3 Pro Abandons Bean Shape, New Render Confirms

A recent leak indicates that Samsung plans to abandon the well-known bean-shaped design for the upcoming Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, marking the most significant design overhaul since the earbuds' launch.

New Design Hints

Tech leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) shared an obscured image hinting at this new design. The silhouette appears similar to Apple’s AirPods, featuring an elongated stem.

This design shift could offer numerous advantages, such as better call quality since the microphone would likely be positioned closer to the user’s mouth. However, it signifies a departure from the unique style Samsung introduced in 2020.

Features and Launch Date

The leak supports earlier reports suggesting Samsung's transition to a stem design. The Galaxy Buds 3 Pro is also rumored to integrate deeply with Samsung’s Galaxy AI suite, potentially offering features like real-time language translation. Enhanced active noise cancellation (ANC) is another expected feature.

Switching to a stem-style design could allow Samsung to include a larger battery and provide more room for audio components.

Samsung will also release a non-Pro variant of the Galaxy Buds alongside the Pro model. Both versions are speculated to launch on July 10th, alongside the next-generation Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Flip 6 phones.

Additional Announcements

The event may also introduce new Wear OS-powered Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra smartwatches. Moreover, Samsung is expanding its wearable lineup with the Galaxy Ring. We'll need to wait for the official announcement to get a comprehensive understanding of the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro's design, features, and performance.

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