The TWS Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro earphones and Galaxy SmartTag tracking devices are among the most talked about accessories from the South Korean manufacturer recently, and it is possible that they will officially debut in about ten days, in conjunction with the new generation of Galaxy S21 top-of-the-range smartphones.
In the last few hours, pretty overwhelming indications have emerged that their market entry is now imminent: the SmartTags have been certified in South Korea, while the Galaxy Buds Pro have even ended up for sale on Facebook.
GALAXY BUDS PRO FOR SALE ON FACEBOOK
Everything we have seen in the leaked press renderings for some time has been confirmed by the actual photos of the listing: the earphones have an in-ear design reminiscent of the Galaxy Buds Plus, perhaps with a slightly more compact body.
The Facebook user who posted the listing on the Marketplace claimed to own two pairs and the sale price was $ 180 a pair. Now the listing has disappeared, but the photos remain. The back of the box also confirms some technical specifications that emerged earlier, such as IPX7 certification against liquids, active background noise cancellation (ANC) and a range of up to 18 hours, including the case (5 hours with a single charge of the earphones).
PHOTOS OF THE GALAXY SMARTTAGS
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91mobiles colleagues have found South Korean NCC certification for compact tracking accessories, which includes a series of well-defined photos. They have a square shape but with all the edges well beveled and rounded; on one of the two sides the Galaxy SmartTag logo is clearly seen, so the name is now confirmed. They are just under 4×4 cm in size, while the thickness seems to be around 1 cm – maybe a couple of millimeters less.
No other technical specifications have been revealed, apart from the model number: EI-T5300, exactly as previously expected.