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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 are AirPods-inspired for comfort

Samsung Galaxy Buds 3

The entry-level Galaxy Buds 3 and 3 pro are due for an update, and fresh reports suggest it could happen next month. Android Headlines said that Samsung Unpacked in July 2024 will unveil the Galaxy Buds 3 and 3 Pro. Current technological users of the Korean brand are excited.

Samsung tried several Galaxy Buds versions, but they sound inferior to Bose, Apple, and Sony’s best wireless earbuds. They can only hope the next Galaxy Buds iteration is better. Before the big unveiling, they’ve assembled a list of features and advancements they desire or know will be on the third-generation buds.

Galaxy Buds 3 Release Date

The Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and 3 Pro will likely be presented at the next Samsung Unpacked event on July 10th, 2024, while the official launch date has not yet been established. This data is derived from recently discovered leaks and certifications.

Galaxy Buds 3 Pro Price

Official pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro is yet unknown. Still, there have been leaks and conjecture about their costs:

  • Approximately $139 is anticipated to be the price of the standard Samsung Galaxy Buds 3.
  • On the retail market, the Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro are anticipated to be priced at approximately $335 .

Let’s hope Samsung continues this pattern for a subsequent generation and maintains the same pricing point for the regular model. The AirPods 3, Apple’s most affordable competitor, went on sale in October 2021 for £169, $179, or AU$279; this may not seem like a big difference until you know that the Galaxy Buds come with ANC but the AirPods do not.

In contrast, the noise-canceling AirPods Pro 2 initially retailed for £249 / $249 / AU$399, which represents a slight improvement above the hypothetical Galaxy Buds 3 Pro.
Sadly, it’s important to note that the recent trend in electronics has been price increases to offset rising costs brought on by the ongoing global financial crisis. Even though many manufacturers have made an effort to keep pricing comparatively flat, don’t be shocked if Samsung has to slightly boost prices in order to cover those growing overheads.
Wishlist of anticipated features and performance for the Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro.

Galaxy Buds 3 Pro

Similar to price, the Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro appear to have at least a few characteristics that Samsung can reasonably predict they will include. What looks to be a spec leak from a potential retail listing, obtained by Android Headlines, shows off some of the entertaining features and performance elements of the future earbuds.

High-resolution audio: According to that source, both pairs will provide what is advertised as “Ultra High Quality Sound” at 24-bit/96kHz. Due to their two-way speaker system, the Buds 3 Pro should sound better than the original Buds 3. Hopefully, its sound quality will match Apple, Sony, and Bose.

Noise cancellation: As anticipated, both buds will have ANC, albeit there will be some variations in how and to what degree it works. While the Buds 3 Pro will also have an ambient sound mode and adaptive noise control, the basic Buds 3 will just have adaptive ANC. Additionally, “Blade Lights” are mentioned in the same screenshot, though it’s currently unclear exactly what those are. Would you like your earbuds to have some flashy flashing LEDs? Who knows?

Elegant features: It seems that Samsung already know that both sets will provide 360-degree audio in addition to having an IP57 durability rating. Both the industry-leading 5.4 Bluetooth protocol and Auto Switch an already-existing Samsung functionality that lets you move fluidly between Galaxy devices a la Bluetooth Multipoint will be supported by each.

Battery life: Playtimes can differ, though; the Buds 3 Pro can last seven hours when the buds are in use and thirty hours when the case is closed (ANC off), whereas the normal Galaxy Buds 3 can last only six and 24 hours. There doesn’t appear to be a difference in finishes, though; you may choose between white and silver for regular or pro.

Customisation: What about the hypothetical candidates they like to see hired alongside these aspirants for the third generation? More personalisation would be great, particularly in terms of the general functionality of the buds. They lamented that while presets could be chosen on the second generation Galaxy Buds, “you cannot create your own with a three-band stage”. Samsung would like to see more ANC flexibility, which the Buds 3 Pro seems to be providing in greater amounts.

AI: The dreaded question: what about AI? Let’s pose it. The more expensive Galaxy Buds 3 Pro are anticipated to include some extremely fancy functions (real-time phone translations, anyone?), but the new Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphone is overflowing with AI-enhanced features. Although Samsung love to see some of this technology make its way into the regular Galaxy Buds lineup, Samsung is probably going to safeguard its premium line by dividing feature sets among the tiers, but the more costly Pro may have some AI-enhanced extras.

Gowri Priya
Gowri Priya
Gowri Priya has been writing Mobiles Related articles for govindhtech from Aug 2023. She was a Commerce graduate. She was an enthusiast of Mobiles and Their Technologies.

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