Samsung launched new wireless earbuds called the Galaxy Buds+ with the Galaxy S20 a couple of months ago. The company didn’t make any significant design changes, it only improved the audio experience and the battery life. It appears that there’s a completely overhauled pair of earbuds that Samsung is planning on launching later this year.
Reports suggest that this product may be launched as the Galaxy Buds “Bean,” with the kidney-shaped design likely being the reason this name is under consideration. Some 3D mockups have been created based on sketches of the earbuds and it’s not hard to see why this name would make sense.
WinFuture reports that these new wireless earbuds are going by the “Beans” codename internally at Samsung, the shape is enough of a reason for this name to have been chosen. The scribe has seen sketches and 3D models of the product so it has created mockups based on them.
The design is fundamentally different from that of the Galaxy Buds/Buds+ as these earbuds won’t protrude out from the ear. Said to measure approximately 2.8 cm long, the lower part would sit inside the ear canal while the back would fill the upper part of the ear. It remains to be seen if this design will provide effective isolation of the ambient noise since the auditory canal won’t be as restricted as it is by the silicone attachments on the Galaxy Buds.
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