Samsung Galaxy Buds Live. That’s the name of the wireless headphones that Samsung would present in the coming weeks –Possibly, together with the Galaxy Note 20 family–. The well-known leaker Evan Blass, has shared two images of these headphones that align with the various leaks that other sources have revealed in recent weeks.

The headphones, as many have pointed out, are bean shaped. These break with the aesthetics of previous models and, in addition, they would be available in three colors: white, black and bronze. The latter, according to images published by Samsung on its own website, would marry the new Galaxy Note 20, which will also be available in that tone.

Galaxy Buds Live, without details on its specifications

The technical details of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are, at the moment, scarce. However, some conclusions can be drawn from the images published by Evan Blass and, previously, by WinFuture. One of them is the absence of a noise cancellation system equivalent to that of the AirPods Pro or the Sony WF-1000XM3. The Galaxy Buds Live do not have the classic in-ear ear pads. These are essential to isolate the ear and, together with noise canceling algorithms, eliminate sounds from outside. In the absence of such an element, it is likely that the Samsung headphones do without this functionality.

The Galaxy Buds +, presented alongside the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra, stood out widely for their extensive battery. It will be interesting to see if Samsung achieves a comparable level in this regard despite the design change.

Samsung will present the Galaxy Note 20 in August

Galaxy Note 20

Everything seems to indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live They will be presented alongside the Galaxy Note 20 on August 5. The South Korean company officially announced the celebration of this event on July 8. This time, yes, it will be a ceremony entirely online due to the situation related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Galaxy Note 20 family, in principle, It will be made up of two different models. The largest of them will have a larger screen, a more advanced photographic module and a larger capacity battery.