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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro specifications leaked

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In its catalogue, Samsung will introduce several new devices that will bring significant upgrades. The list includes Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Z Flip 6, and Galaxy Watch 7 series. The company also decided to offer its new generation Galaxy Buds in two variants: Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro.

Galaxy Buds 3 series specification

The Galaxy Buds 3 has a one-way speaker, but the Pro variant is equipped with a two-way speaker. It also includes adaptive noise control, blade lights, and ambient sound, but the standard version will only cover some of these features.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Buds standard version will provide a power backup of 6 hours with ANC, while the pro version will give 6 hours of backup with ANC. If you turn off the ANC, it will significantly increase the active time up to 1 hour. Regarding case battery backup, the Galaxy Buds 3 variant will give at least 24 hours of backup, while the Pro variants will provide 30 hours.


Galaxy Buds 3 Series Availability

Regarding availability, the latest Galaxy Buds 3 series will be available in the upcoming Galaxy unpacked event; it is worth noting that the devices will be available in two colours, including Silver and White. Bite the earbuds, which will support smartThings. Find and come up with an IP57 dust and water resistance rating.

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Galaxy Buds 3 Series May Feature Pinch Sensors Over Touch Controls

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Samsung, at its next Galaxy Unpacked event, which is highly supposed to be held on July 10, introduces the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. The next-generation Galaxy Buds 3 series is expected to have pinch sensors. 

Even before any official announcement regarding the upcoming Galaxy Buds 3 series, leaks and rumors have been blowing in the market for so long. Now the new leaks are unveiling that the brand could attach pinch sensors on the Galaxy Buds 3 series and how the supported gestures could work. 

The report found a reference to the Galaxy Buds 3 series in the Samsung Members app with the version number v5.0.00.11. The leaked images reveal that the earbuds will have pinch sensors. However, at the moment, it is not confirmed yet how the pinch gestures will exactly work. Based on other earbuds, such as AirPods, it can be speculated that pinching the sensor might control music playback. 

Since it’s not officially clear how the pinch sensor controls will work, it is expected that a double-press or tap should skip to the next track, while a triple-press will likely take you to the previous track, and long-pressing will allow you to switch between ANC and transparency modes. The Korean giant will possibly offer similar functionality on its upcoming earbuds as well. 

While the report also says the brand will house the red or blue light at the bottom of the stem of earbuds and could title it Blade Lights, The lights could flash while the earbuds are low on battery power or during an incoming call. In comparison to the recent Galaxy Buds’s touch controls, the pinch controls seem pretty easy and convenient to use. The launch event is not yet, but it will be interesting to see what new novelties, specs, and designs the upcoming buds will bring. 

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Cloud Bring A Brand New Design

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Samsung is gearing up to expand its true wireless earbuds series by introducing two new ones, the Galaxy Buds 3 and the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, at the Galaxy Unpacked event, which is supposed to be held on July 10. 

A new report has reported that the forthcoming Galaxy Buds 3 lineup could bring major changes. If the reports from Chosun Media are to be believed, Samsung is actively working to bring a major design change to the Galaxy Buds 3 and the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. Usually, Samsung sticks to the bean-shaped design for its buds, but now it seems that this time it could ditch the bean-shaped design for the forthcoming buds. 

This redesign is expected to efficiently improve both active noise cancellation as well as overall sound quality. The call quality of the buds probably lags behind AirPods, and a possible design change is that AirPods’ stem design positions the microphones closer to the mouth, resulting in clearer and more seamless calls. To upgrade the call quality, the Korean giant is possibly considering a similar stem-like design for future Galaxy Buds; however, it is not yet confirmed whether Samsung will adopt the stem design or not. 

Apart from this, the report also claims that the Galaxy Buds 3 and the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro will have enhanced AI features. The current-generation Galaxy Buds also have a few AI features, but to expand more of them, they need a high-end battery, and unfortunately, the present design language doesn’t permit the giant to attach a bigger battery. This is the reason why Samsung might be looking forward to a newer design for the Galaxy Buds 3 series. 

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Now Capable to Launch Samsung Music With Touch & Hold Gesture

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The Samsung Music App is getting a new update that permits quick launch with the Galaxy Buds tap-and-hold gesture smoothly. 

A plethora of wireless wearable earbuds are available, but somehow Samsung’s Galaxy Buds are leading the market with their high-end features and functionalities without any limitations. To enhance the users’ audio experience, the giant rolled out a new update for the Samsung Music app, but this update is hinting at what’s been missing. 

Samsung Galaxy Buds allow users to control music playback with taps, which they can then customize in the Samsung Music application, which is available on both the Galaxy Store and Google Play Store. The giant has designed the Galaxy Buds with the support of tap-and-hold gestures for less frequent actions such as launching applications or activating voice assistants similar to Bixby or Google Assistant. 

The reports say that this update permits you to quickly launch the application using the tap-and-hold gesture on Galaxy Series earbuds. However, the updated Samsung Music application does not have its own streaming service, but interested parties can link their Spotify accounts to it. To quickly launch the Music application, this asks you to open the Galaxy Wearable app on the device your earbuds are paired to. 

Then, authorize touch controls, touch and hold, and assign either earbud to launch Samsung Music when the gesture is detected. Integration between the Samsung Music app and the company’s connected earbuds should have been the default behavior from the factory. 


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