Samsung Galaxy Buds 2: colors and model number leaked ahead of launch

In these hours, the new details concerning the future Samsung true wireless stereo headphones have emerged; let’s talk about the Galaxy Buds 2.

In these hours, new information has leaked about the future TWS headphones from Samsung, the Galaxy Buds 2. The data of the model numbers of the earphones have emerged, as well as the colors available for purchase.

What do we know about Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds 2?

Samsung is rumored to be launching the Galaxy Buds2 as heirs to the Galaxy Buds +. These upcoming truly wireless earbuds have been hitting the web in the past few days. Now, new details about them have surfaced on the internet.

A new report from GalaxyClub reveals the colors of the new Samsung Galaxy Buds 2. According to the publication, these upcoming wearable gadgets will be available in the following four colors:

Black;
White;
Violet;
Green.
The publication notes that the green color variant of the Galaxy Buds2 will match the same hue that the new Galaxy Z Flip3 and Galaxy Z Fold3 will have. Also, according to the same report, these new earphones carry the model number SM-R177.

According to previous reports, the Galaxy Buds2 is codenamed ” berry “. These TWS earphones will not have ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) and will compete with products that cost less than $ 100. Nonetheless, they will have a similar design to the Galaxy Buds + but with a slightly larger charging case.

Last but not least, they are expected to launch in June. However, GalaxyClub suggests that the Galaxy Buds2 could debut alongside the next-generation Samsung foldables in July or August.

We remind you that the South Korean OEM intends to launch the new foldables with many new features; for example, the Galaxy Z Fold3 will have a new UTG glass, will have support for the S Pen, and will enjoy the same photographic module seen on the current model. The Flip phone, on the other hand, will boast an unprecedented double-tone color and a screen with a selfie cam set in a hole.

Source: Galaxy Club

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