It’s official: The new Galaxy Buds Live include active noise cancellation.
The new ones Samsung Galaxy Buds Live they have less and less secrets. With only a few weeks to go before the presentation of the Galaxy Note20 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra, we already know a good part of the details of the new headphones true wireless that Samsung will present along with its new star phones, whose peculiarity will be a strange Jewish-looking format. And last but not least, Samsung has confirmed today the existence of this accessory, as well as one of its most important functions.
It has been, as they have discovered in The Verge, through the Galaxy Buds pairing app where Samsung has accidentally confirmed the existence of this pair of headphones and the support of these for active noise cancellation, a function highly anticipated by users, which until now was only present in models such as Apple’s AirPods Pro.
Galaxy Buds Live arrive with active noise cancellation
Active noise cancellation or Active Noise Canceling They are one of the most anticipated and best valued functions by the owners of headphones with this technology, hence more and more manufacturers have decided to implement it in their latest models. Samsung, of course, was not going to be left behind, and has decided implement this system in your new pair of fully wireless headphones, who arrive to take the witness of the fantastic Galaxy Buds +.
As can be seen in one of the captures shared by Samsung through Google Play, one of the options included in the app will enable or disable active noise cancellation in the new Galaxy Buds Live – that is the definitive name of the headphones, although in my heart they will always be called Galaxy Beans.
The screenshots also show an outline that represents both the headphone design, with its peculiar bean shape, and that of the charging case itself, with a somewhat more square format than that of the previous models of the Galaxy Buds series.
At this stage, the price of the Galaxy Buds Live It is one of the few details that remain to be known, but everything indicates that they will be somewhat more expensive than previous models in the Galaxy Buds series if we take into account the trend in terms of prices of wireless headphones with active noise cancellation. Hopefully, we will leave doubts next August 5 during the virtual Unpacked event that Samsung will carry out to present its 5 new products.
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