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Samsung Turkey website warranty page confirms the much-awaited Galaxy Buds

31 January 2019 4

While Samsung’s much awaited and talked wireless in-ear earbuds named Galaxy Buds are right around the corner which the world waits to get launched, the devices keep getting hinted from different sources. Just recently, Galaxy Bud got FCC certification giving quite a bit of insight into what the devices hold for the consumers. Likewise, in the recent leak in this regard, the device got accidentally listed on the Samsung Turkey website giving hints into the charging case which shows that it might be a successor to Samsung’s Gear IconX earbuds which it comes to design.

The device was listed on the Samsung Turkey warranty page information where it was listed as ‘Galaxy Buds’. This name was in line with the Bluetooth SIG which backs the ‘Galaxy Buds’ branding that was earlier not clear. The Korean tech giant trademarked the name ‘Galaxy Buds’ with the U.S though it is yet to be done in European Union Intellectual Property Office.

The previously released FCC certification hints a bit about the bottom of the charging case with a charging port on one side, where overall the device seems to be less bulky than the IconX charging chase. When it comes to the specs, there is little information out there, though Bluetooth filing confirms that fact that it would offer Bluetooth 5.0 while other rumors suggest 8GB storage capacity and much better battery life. Are you excited to hear about the device soon?

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