After numerous rumors, it is almost certain that Samsung will launch a new pair of Galaxy Buds with a peculiar shape similar to beans. The manufacturer itself has already aired the device support page, and today released the first official teaser of the device, in which it makes direct reference to the “new power of sound”, with a video showing a metallic drop that turns into a note until it forms the brand’s logo.
Now, a series of new images from leakers Evan Blass (@evleaks), Joe Fedewa (@tallshmo) and WalkingCat (@ h0x0d) show even more details of Galaxy Buds Live, confirming not only its launch with the Galaxy Note family in August, as well as a supposedly rather curious partnership.
In reality, the sound outputs are very close to the body of the headphones, and should probably only be attached to the outside of the ears. This calls into question comfort, as well as sound insulation, as there is scope for both sound input and output.
unpacked is gonna be wild pic.twitter.com/jsN7n1QltE
— Joe Fedewa (@tallshmo) July 17, 2020
However, the most interesting of the leaks indicate that Samsung should in fact embrace the resemblance of its headphones with beans and may close a partnership with Goya Foods, an American company that has canned beans in its product portfolio. In this collaboration, the companies would deliver cans of grain to the press to promote the novelty.
Anyway, there is not much left to have official news from Buds Live. The next Galaxy Unpacked takes place in early August, at 11 am Brasília time. In addition to the headphones and the new members of the Note series, the South Korean should announce the Galaxy Watch 3, which has also had a good part of its specifications leaked.