The Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, Samsung’s latest generation of wireless earbuds, are expected to be unveiled next week. New leaks have revealed the South Korean pricing for these earbuds ahead of this release.

The pricing for the Galaxy Buds 3 lineup should remain the same as previous models, according to a screenshot shared by tipster Sleep Kuma.

Leaks are suggesting that Galaxy Buds 3 will cost KRW 203,700 (Rs.12,400/-), and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro will cost KRW 296,700 (Rs.18,000/-). Galaxy Buds 2 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro have similar launch prices.

Furthermore, the leak reveals the earbuds’ model numbers and designs. SM-R530 is the model number of the Galaxy Buds 3, which is available in black or white. Samsung’s Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, shown in white, have the model number SM-R630.

The new Samsung earbuds have a significantly different design than the previous ones. There are now stems on both models, similar to those found on Apple’s AirPods and AirPods Pro.

In addition, the Galaxy Buds 3 series is expected to feature a higher-quality wireless codec capable of 24-bit 96KHz audio transmission. It is also expected the buds will include adaptive noise cancellation, adaptive equalizer, and ambient sound, as well as Bluetooth 5.4.

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds 3 will offer up to five hours of playback time with active noise cancellation (ANC) on, and up to six hours with it off.

Galaxy Ring:

On July 10th, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Ring that was first teased in January. Despite remaining hush-hush, a new leak may reveal the wearable’s price.

The Galaxy Ring could cost €449 (Rs.40,700/-) in France, according to Dealabs.

The popular Oura Ring starts at $299, and some models reach similar price points to the Galaxy Ring. There will also be an additional subscription service that could further increase the cost, so Samsung will need to justify such a price.

It has also been confirmed that the ring will be available in France in three colors – black, silver, and gold – and nine sizes, from US standard 5 to 13. Additionally, reports suggest that sizes will be directly proportional to battery life, giving longer battery life to users with larger fingers.

Moreover, the Galaxy Ring is expected to hit French shelves starting July 19, following its official unveiling on July 10th. Pre-orders won’t begin until July 19 or if they’ll begin on July 10, but a nine-day pre-order window seems more likely.