Samsung’s upcoming products scheduled for next week may have little left to surprise us because of leaks, but those are still all unofficial and, at times, shady. Nothing beats a politician confirmation, of course, but we will also cope with an unofficial hands-on, presuming it’s the important deal. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what’s happening with what could also be the smallest amount of spectacular devices within the Unpacked event next week because the Galaxy Buds 2 gets unboxed even before Samsung receives the prospect to.
It’s nothing staggering and doesn’t add much to what we’ve already heard about in previous leaks. However, this unboxing and initial hands-on feedback confirm those details, including what the Galaxy Buds 2 would appear.
The buds’ design is nothing extraordinary at now in time, and therefore the packaging for the “wearables” are even as nondescript. There’s not much else inside the box aside from the Galaxy Buds 2, its charging case, a USB cable, and replacement tips. It’s your standard fare as far as TWS earbuds go lately.
First look in Egypt 🇪🇬
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— Ahmed Qwaider (@AhmedQwaider888) August 4, 2021
Ahmed Qwaider also took the buds for a spin to offer some insight on how it works. Highlights include 5-hour battery life, up from the Galaxy Buds Pro’s 3 hours. Bixby AI is additionally available from the earphones, consistent with the tipster, in which the speaker is turned on during a call to allow you to hear songs if you would like to. And, yes, audio performance is noted to be quite good, and noise isolation (not cancellation) was described to be better than its predecessor.
This leaked unboxing will surely ruffle Samsung‘s feathers quite as usual. the corporate has recently been sending copyright notices against tipsters who reveal images and marketing materials. This goes beyond renders and copyrighted materials, and it’ll be interesting if the knowledge will remain up for long.