The new wireless headphones from Samsung, the Galaxy buds, are not official yet, but have already appeared in enough leaks to have a good expectation that we will see them along with the release of the Galaxy S10 at the Unpacked, a company event that will take place on February 20th. And the rumor is that Buds will have less battery power than Samsung's latest version of wireless headsets, Gear IconX.
Gear IconX were launched last year, coming with 82mAh of battery in the headphones themselves and 340mAh in the box, so you can recharge them as a kind of power pack. This battery was no longer the most durable, but the Galaxy Buds, according to the leak, will come with 58mAh in the headphones and 252mAh in the case. The headphones are supposed to come with 8GB of storage and a Bluetooth 5.0 connection.
Reverse charging has appeared in other Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks
Several rumors about the Galaxy S10 line say that if you buy one of Samsung's new flagship smartphones, you can use it to recharge the Galaxy Buds. Apparently this has to be done often.
According to the leaks, Galaxy Buds will be offered free of charge to anyone who buys a Galaxy S10 during pre-sale. They should arrive at stores along with smartphones in March.
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