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Samsung Galaxy Buds+ successor might get active noise cancellation feature

These wireless earbuds are expected to arrive with a bean-like design and provide more surface area to include better touch-sensitive controls

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Samsung Galaxy Buds+ successor might get active noise cancellation feature
Galaxy Buds X are expected to launch alongside the Galaxy Note 20-series later this year Photo: Galaxy Buds

South Korean tech giant is reportedly working on a proper successor to the Galaxy Buds+ called Galaxy Buds X and now a new report claims that the upcoming Buds may come with active noise cancellation feature.

According to the US Patent Office listing, the Galaxy Buds X will offer active noise cancellation and would be priced at under $150.

These wireless earbuds are expected to arrive with a bean-like design and provide more surface area to include better touch-sensitive controls, 9to5Google reported.

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They would measure 28m long and 12mm wide, and their charging case could measure 26mm, which would make this case smaller than the one on the Galaxy Buds+.

There is no possible or rumoured launch date available, but one can expect them to make an appearance alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Fold 2.


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Meanwhile, has also filed a new patent for next Galaxy Z Flip with triple-camera module on the back.

According to a design patent at WIPO (World Intellectual Property Office), is looking into two potential designs both of which include a triple-camera module on the back.

First Published: Tue, May 05 2020. 14:40 IST
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