Perhaps the most special of all the news is that Samsung itself no longer bother to keep the release of the Buds Live a secret; a Galaxy Buds Live app has been placed on both the Android and iOS app market. The app confirms, among other things, the shape of the caps, as well as the presence of active noise-canceling technology (it is called noise-calceling ‘in the Android app, so there is still some polishing to be done).As if that is not enough, high-quality renders of the Galaxy Buds Live in Mystic Black, Mystic White and Mystic Bronze (similar colors to what we expect from the Samsung Galaxy Note 20) have also been leaked via WinFuture.
The famous leaker Roland Quandt further shares with us that the earphones in Europe will cost about 190 euros. For comparison: the Galaxy Buds Plus cost 169 euros at release.
Still haven’t seen enough news about the Buds Live? Then the widely respected leaker Ishan Agarwal has something in store for you: in the Android app of the ears, he found an animation of how the bean-shaped caps should fit in your ear.
All this news means that Samsung will have very little to reveal on August 5 around the Galaxy Buds Live. Given that the manufacturer itself is already on the market with associated apps, we have the idea that people do not mind that themselves.
The app shows how you can change the touch control to your own liking on the Buds Live. The existing ‘Find my Ears’ function also works for the new caps.
It seems that the Buds Live will be officially unveiled on August 5. Then the Samsung Unpacked event will take place. In addition to the Buds Live, we also expect the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, and some other devices.