Galaxy Buds Beyond: Samsung’s New upcoming True Wireless Earbuds

According to what is read online, it seems that Samsung has filed a new brand for an unprecedented model of TWS (Galaxy Buds Beyond) headphones coming soon.

During the previous months, Samsung launched a new pair of TWS earphones. We are obviously talking about the Galaxy Buds Live, the innovative True Wireless Stereo headphones in the shape of a bean. At the beginning of the year, however, the South Korean company unveiled the Galaxy Buds +, Bluetooth headsets with a classic in-ear design. Recall that this model accompanied the launch of the Galaxy S20 lineup, while the Live was presented together with the Note20 series.

Samsung: new TWS (Galaxy Buds Beyond) coming with the Galaxy S21

From what emerges on the web now; It seems that Samsung is working on a new model that could arrive together with the Galaxy S21 series next January. Furthermore, it appears that the company is adopting a new change in the nomenclature of its earphones. According to what is learned, the company would be depositing the brand ” Galaxy Buds Beyond “.


This nomenclature has been identified at the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and at the USPTO (the United States Patent and Trademark Office). Samsung submitted the application on October 29th. It goes without saying that this wording reveals nothing but the nickname of the new product itself: for this reason, no other details are available on the next Galaxy Buds Beyond at the moment.

The two pairs of TWS gems that Samsung launched this year (Galaxy Buds + and Galaxy Buds Live) are essentially two distinct products that cater to different targets. Recall that they are available in completely different shapes and designs and, while the first offers silicone tips for a better fit, the Bean-shaped Buds Live feature an “open-ear” design, very bizarre but very comfortable to use.

Furthermore, the two buds also differ in the feature set they offer: only the Galaxy Buds Live feature Active Noise Canceling (ANC) technology. It is reasonable to believe that the company can equip the new Beyond with this feature. Are you curious to know more? A few more weeks of waiting.


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