A document submitted by Samsung to the FCC revealed that it intends to launch the Galaxy Buds Pro name on the next generation of its wireless earbuds.
During the last period, it was expected that the South Korean company intends to move from the Plus suffix to the Pro suffix, and the document has already been confirmed by the US Federal Communications Commission.
The document did not reveal much of the specifications that the Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds will come with, but there is an image that gave an idea of the design of the headphones box, which seems to resemble the Galaxy Buds Live more than the Galaxy Buds Plus headphones.
Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy Buds Pro headphones are expected to come with the active noise cancellation feature. According to the site SamMobile – a specialist in Samsung news – the overall design of the headphones will be similar to the design of the Galaxy Buds Plus headphones, and it is likely that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Buds Pro headphones along with the Galaxy S21 phones early 2021 next.
In previous news related to Samsung’s future plans, the Korean technology giant published a few days ago a poster in which it hinted at the future of foldable smartphone designs, which highlights a design for a phone that folds more than once.
The attached image published by Samsung showed a foldable phone, with a folding mechanism in the shape of the letter Z, which means that the screen is divided into three thirds, where the left third of the screen folds inward on the middle third, while the right third folds towards the back behind the middle third.
In another graphic, Samsung showed a device with a rotatable screen. This visualization of a rollable screen that can be stored in a small space can be very appealing, but the only obvious limitation appears to be that this thin screen cannot be used without placing it on a hard surface. The attraction factor is that the device can be easily transported everywhere.