Galaxy Buds Pro is moving forward to land on the market along with the Galaxy S21 lineup. After passing through 3C, NRRA & Indonesian Telecom, the Buds pro has passed FCC certification. The FCC listing has been spotted today with the SM-R190 model number, which is the same identification number we have spotted on the other certification databases. The successful certification on FCC makes a clear path for Galaxy Buds Pro to enter the US market.
Previously, the rumors said, the name for the upcoming true wireless earbuds could be Galaxy Buds Beyond, but the Indonesian telecom certification revealed the name Galaxy Buds Pro. According to the sources, the Buds Pro will follow the design of Galaxy Buds+, instead of Buds Live. It says Samsung will leave behind the design of Buds Live. The next wireless earbuds will be packed with a 472mAh battery.
The new earbuds would come with improved ambient sound to keep you aware of the external surrounding sound. It could also get better sound quality and the active noise cancellation. The Buds Live was the first to get ANC feature, though we expect even better results from the Buds Pro. It is said that the Buds Pro will launch alongside Galaxy S21 in January.
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