Filing for the new set of Samsung Galaxy Buds has hit FCC today. It is indicating that a new version of the Samsung Galaxy wireless earbuds might be soon launched. According to a report on Droid Life, the filing has alluring information that the earbuds may come up with improved battery life and it might be named Samsung Galaxy Buds 2.
In the image below where the FCC labeling may appear on the new Samsung Galaxy buds, it is mentioned that each bud may have a capacity of ‘300mA’. The case capacity would be ‘600mA’. It means that the battery capacity of the new Galaxy Buds would be triple to that of the currently available ones in the market.
Earlier, it was found that the battery rating filed in the FCC was higher than that of the original retail product.
The present Samsung Galaxy Buds already have a good battery life than any other earbuds in the market. For example, AirPods give about 5 hours of battery on a single charge. In contrast, Galaxy Buds are advertised to provide 6 hours of battery life for the buds and seven hours for the case, which it actually offers.
Former Verge staffer Vlad Savov, in his review, reported that the real-world usage of the buds are in line with Samsung’s estimates.
The FCC filing did not display any other images, which shows how the buds and the case may look like. It even did not mention any price range of the earbuds.
The filing did not give any hint that when the earbuds are going to be launched. Usually, filing may be displayed weeks or even months before the launch of the product in the market.
However, it is reported that Samsung is planning to launch the new Samsung Galaxy S11 and a vertically folding Galaxy Fold in February. So, it is anticipated that the company will also debut the new Samsung Galaxy Earbuds in February as well.