Last year, Samsung had trademarked the name Samsung Galaxy buds, it was anticipated to be a successor to the company’s truly wireless Gear IconX earbuds. Thanks to the Federal communications commission (FCC) filing the new earbuds have been confirmed by them.

Although Nobody knows what the headphones will look like, the FCC filing does include an illustration of the bottom of the charging case. The company has chosen USB-C for that port on the back, not Micro USB. As per some previous leaks from SamMobile, it claimed that the Samsung Galaxy buds would also offer 8GB of onboard storage and improved battery life over previous models.

Too, a separate certification from Bluetooth SIG confirmed that the new headphones will feature Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. Moreover, Bluetooth SIG filing claimed the Galaxy bud name, it is observed that Samsung is currently producing all the products under the Single Galaxy banner just like the recent Galaxy watch.

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So it might be possible that Samsung would name after the Galaxy banner. There is no word on pricing and the release date yet but we can know more about the Galaxy buds at the Samsung’s mega event 2019 where we will get a lot of official announcements. The event will occur on 20th February and as Samsung Promised they will going to release first foldable Smartphone. And also the first one to be publicly available for use.

Back in August, Samsung has announced a Bixby-powered Galaxy Home smart speaker which is a premium device that could give competition to Apple’s HomePod and the Amazon Echo Plus. The release date and availibilty of this device are still unknown while the company is reportedly planning a second Bixby-powered Home Smart speaker according to some sources.

The specs and features of lower-end Bixby-powered Home Smart speaker are not confirmed, but presumably, it will have fewer specs from the main Galaxy Home smart speakers which the company has announced earlier such as six built-in speakers, a subwoofer, and eight microphones.

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