In our recent smart world era, earbuds play an important role, and some people very occasionally remove those gadgets from them. The revelation of a new earbud was anticipated to be held at the Unpacked event but didn’t happen, and for the least, we expected that to be launched at the IFA 2023, which took place recently in Berlin. Even though the firm has chosen to keep calm regarding their next set of earbuds, just like every time the reviewers got their hands on the discovery of the gadget on the certification website.
The earbuds were spotted on the Radio Research Agency (RRA) website; however, the name has not been listed in the image revealed. As everyone knows, it is a wireless earbud and bears the model number SM-R400N, listed with a maximum head SAR rate of 0.567. When a person uses a wireless device, the specific absorption rate (SAR) gauges how much radio frequency power is absorbed by their head or body. The gadget was certified a month ago, according to the mentioned certification date.
According to the image from the RRA website, Samsung’s next earbuds won’t be as rounded in shape as more recent ones. They may resemble the 2020 Galaxy Buds+ and older versions more than the currently existing Galaxy Buds 2 and Buds 2 Pro. So the confusion remains as to whether it is the Galaxy Buds 3 or the Galaxy Buds 2 Plus. We need to wait a little to get the official release of the gadget. Now coming to the launch date, the South Korean tech doesn’t have any giant events in their lineups, so probably they will be unveiled at a smaller event just like the budget devices are launched by the other companies.
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