Samsung launched bean-shaped earbuds in 2019. Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Live offered decent audio quality, a good fit, and an attractive design. Samsung may not release a successor to its aging Buds Live. Samsung is rumored to be preparing to launch its latest earbuds, the Galaxy Buds 3, in the near future instead

At the Galaxy Unpacked event in August 2021, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Buds 2. In addition to noise cancellation, the earbuds have an immersive audio experience. These in-ear headphones are a bit heavy and come with an in-ear design. It has now been reported by leakster Chunvn888 that the Galaxy Buds 3 will also be available soon. Despite not having an exact launch date, we can expect the earbuds to debut at Unpacked.

Samsung won’t release the Galaxy Buds 2 Live, according to the same leakster. The original Buds Live featured ANC and Ambient Sound modes, up to 6 hours of battery life, and touch controls for playback and calls. They support Bluetooth 5.0, IPX2 water resistance, Bixby, Google Assistant, and Siri. With 12mm speakers and three microphones, the earbuds come in six colors.

There are currently few details available about the Buds 3. It is likely that the earbuds will have essentially the same design as their predecessors. The drivers may be better and noise cancellation may be improved. Spatial audio may also be supported by Samsung with Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.