Recently, we have got tons of news referring to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro headset. We knew that it will support active noise reduction. But now, it seems there are a few other amazing hidden features. Redditor @TheBone found in the app that some Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro will have a variety of new features, such as automatic environment mode and 3D audio.
In terms of the app content, the headset will have active noise reduction, moderate noise reduction mode and environmental mode. It will also support automatic environmental mode. The latter can automatically start when the user speaks, and automatically turn off the function when the user stops speaking. The dialogue detection and noise control functions of the headset can also be activated through Bixby.
3D audio seems to be only available on Android 11 devices running OneUI, such as the gyroscope in the headset for virtual 3D.
In addition, there is an ordinary equalizer. So the user can adjust the three-band balance of the headset.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Will Come Very Soon
Prior to this, we learned that Samsung is going to release a new pair of earbuds dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro. They should receive a characteristic design in the spirit of Galaxy Buds + (in fact, Galaxy Buds Pro will act as a direct replacement for Galaxy Buds +) and an active noise cancellation system. The Galaxy Buds Pro are expected to be announced alongside the Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphones in January.
Once happens, these will be Samsung’s first in-ear active noise-canceling headphones. Moreover, based on the design features, the new Galaxy Buds will better isolate external sounds than the Galaxy Buds Live.
They have already appeared on FCC with the model number SM-R190. According to the attached images, the case of the Buds Pro comes with a rounded shape similar to that of Galaxy Buds Live. Of course, the buds themselves will not be inspired by Beans’ design. According to the listing, the case will have 500mAh cells that are capable of charging at 2.5W. The case will make use of a USB Type-C port for that.