- The new and advanced Beans buds are 1.1 inches (2.8 cm) in length, making them convenient to fit in most ears.
- The earbuds are said to be in the first engineering validation testing (EVT1) stage
Rumors are doing rounds that Samsung is contemplating to do away with stems for bean redesign. People aware of the happening claim that a bean-like shape earbuds—Beans—is being highly preferred.
Reportedly, the new and advanced Beans buds are 1.1 inches (2.8 cm) in length, making them convenient to fit in most ears. If reports are to be believed, absence of silicone tips may give a tough time to any noise cancelling technology.
As per sources familiar with the knowledge of the matter, these earbuds are poised to be seen with two small loudspeakers embedded, which are believed to generate seamless audio. Further, microphones may be incorporated to boost chat and make calls with Bixby.
Even though there has been no news on the life of the battery, the earbuds are said to be in the first engineering validation testing (EVT1) stage, and it is likely to be dintroduce with Galaxy Note 20 late in 2020.
It was reported that Galaxy Buds went on sale in March for £159/$149.99/AU$299, which can be expected if the next earbuds burst in the scene.
The wireless earbud industry is gearing to be more competitive as it’s been not more than 4 years when the original Apple AirPods came first in the limelight. Of late, a slew of products has been launched.
The next in the line is likely to be Google’s upgraded Pixel Buds that are set to be rolled out by July 2020. However, speculations claim that Samsung’s novel earbuds may sweep the award for most innovative design of the year.