Samsung could launch Galaxy Buds 2 this Summer after earbuds pass through FCC


It’s going to be a busy Summer for Samsung fans, as the company is rumored to be gearing up to launch quite a few new products. We’re expecting to see the new Galaxy Watch 4 lineup, the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip 3, and we could end up seeing the successor to the original Galaxy Buds. The latter has not really been mentioned all that much, but some new truly wireless earbuds have just passed through the FCC (via All About Samsung) suggesting that new headphones are on the horizon.

While the pictures found in the FCC certification don’t reveal any of the potential features of the Galaxy Buds 2, they do reveal a similar design to that of the Galaxy Buds Pro. It seems that Samsung is ready to move away from the original design of the Galaxy Buds this time around, including when it comes to the case.

The images do appear to show that there are infrared sensors equipped on the earbuds, along with metal connectors for charging. The infrared sensors provide the automatic wear detection that we enjoy on the current Galaxy Buds Pro, so it would make sense for the Galaxy Buds 2 to include this as well.

As if it were timed perfectly, Ice universe took to Twitter to share that the Buds 2 will also have improved sound quality and “active noise reduction”. What we don’t know is whether this will be compared to the Galaxy Buds Pro which was launched in January of this year, or if this is in comparison to some of the other options in Samsung’s Galaxy Buds lineup.

We could be seeing quite a few new earbuds from the likes of Google and maybe even Apple in the coming months. Google has spilled the beans on the Pixel Buds A a couple of times, but there has still yet to be any formal announcement made in that regard. Meanwhile, Apple could be nearing the launch of some new Beats by Dre earbuds, and there are rumors surrounding the AirPods 3. And all of this comes right after official renders leaked for Sony’s next WF-1000XM4s. So if you like headphones, you’re about to have a lot more choices to pick from.


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