Samsung to Unveil Galaxy Buds 3 Pro as its Premium Wireless Earbuds in 2024

Samsung has skipped the launch of the next edition of the premium Galaxy Buds Pro variant this year. As an alternative, the business launched the Galaxy Buds FE as a low-cost gadget with good features. Released on October 5, 2023, for $100, the Galaxy Buds FE were promoted as a more cost-effective option than the other Galaxy Buds variants. Apart from the charging case and an IPX2 water-resistant grade, its characteristics include a 30-hour battery life with active noise-canceling turned off.

The Galaxy Buds FE are a new, more affordable set of earbuds from Samsung; therefore, we haven’t seen a replacement for the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro yet this year. However, a recent SamMobile source reveals we may also see a pair of Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, which would be the powerful follow-up to the well-received Galaxy Buds 2 Pro from 2022. As we approach the end of 2023, most probably the wireless earbuds will be launched in 2024. Back in 2022, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro was launched along with the Galaxy Watch 5 series at the Galaxy Unpacked event.

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So there are chances that the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro may launch alongside the Galaxy S24 series early next year. However, if this is quite early, the Buds 3 Pro may also be launched with the Galaxy Z6 series. Even after launching the cheaper buds, the manufacturer coming back to its high-end earbuds within a short time is great news for Galaxy Buds Pro lineup lovers. Better 360-degree audio, 24-bit Hi-Fi audio compatibility, and active noise reduction are all features of the Buds 2 Pro.

As of now, there is no information about the upcoming earbuds or their price range. When the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro was launched, the price range was $30 more than the previous model. If Samsung plans to take a price jump, it should bring some additional specifications.

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Thanks to “SamMobile