Samsung is gearing up for the August 11 launch event. In this event, the company will launch its two new foldable smartphones, along with two new smartwatches, and the Galaxy Buds2. But prior to the official launch, the full specifications of the Galaxy Buds2 have been leaked.
The leak arrives from known tipster Snoopy who shared the specifications of the upcoming wireless earphones on Twitter. The new true wireless earbuds will support Bluetooth 5.2 and will feature a glossy finish. Furthermore, the earbuds will arrive with active noise cancellation support as well, along with ambient mode. Each earbud houses 3 mics while its charging case is compatible with Qi wireless charging and also offers IPX7 rating for water resistance.
Talking about the battery life, the leak reveals that the battery life for the earbuds with ANC on will be 5 hours. With ANC off, the Galaxy Buds2 can last for up to 8 hours. The charging case offers an additional 13 hours playback with ANC on, and 20 hours with ANC off. Each bud is powered by a 61mAh battery capacity while the case houses a 472mAh battery pack. Notably, the tipster added that charging the buds for just 5 minutes will enable it to offer 55 minutes of playback.
Similar to the previous generation, the earbuds also sports two drivers, with an 11mm woofer and a 6.5mm tweeter. Keep in mind that this is still an unconfirmed information so take it with a pinch of salt for now. So stay tuned for more, as we will be providing updates and covering the upcoming August 11 launch event.