colors, features, battery, the Galaxy Wereable app reveals everything
Definitely, the leaks about the Galaxy Buds 2 do not stop. Indeed, a developer has managed to unearth new details about Samsung’s headphones in the version of the Galaxy Wereable app. Colors, functions, battery, we take stock.
Unless last minute surprises, the Galaxy Buds 2 should be unveiled during the next Galaxy Unpacked on August 11, 2021, alongside the Galaxy Watch 4, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3. Finally, if there is anything left thing to reveal. Indeed, many leaks have almost revealed all the secrets of the next wireless headphones.
And as if that weren’t enough, GitHub developer Tim Schneeberger has just published a lot of information on Galaxy Buds 2. According to him, this data comes from the latest version of the Galaxy Wereable app, the companion application for all Samsung connected objects.
Let’s start with the colors. Until then four in number, namely white, black, green and purple, it will be necessary to add a fifth: yellow. Next we come to the drums. According to the information gleaned by the developer, each earphone will carry an accumulator of 61 mAh, while the charging box would display a capacity of 472 mAh. There is therefore a clear improvement compared to the first Galaxy Buds (58 mAh per earphone and 252 mAh for the case).
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Active party noise reduction on Galaxy Buds 2
As announced by numerous leaks, active noise reduction would indeed be part of the game. According to Tim Schneeberg, it will be possible to configure this feature on the app as soon as the headphones are released. And as with the Galaxy Buds Live, it looks like the Galaxy Buds 2 will carry several quick controls. A single tap will therefore start or pause the music, a double to play the next song, and a triple to play the previous song.
From the app, you will be free to activate or not these quick commands. On the other hand and unlike the Galaxy Buds Pro, it would be impossible to increase or decrease the volume directly on the headphones. In fact, you would have to go through your smartphone. As a reminder, Samsung has decided to declare war on the leakers after multiple leaks concerning its upcoming devices. Note that Apple has taken similar action in response to the iPhone 13 leaks.