The Galaxy Buds 2 will succeed the successful Galaxy Buds+ and the unique Galaxy Buds Live. Samsung is expected to officially unveil them during the Galaxy Unpacked August 2021 event next week. The Galaxy Buds 2 features a Bluetooth 5.2 chip. That’s an improvement over the Galaxy Buds+ which use Bluetooth 5.0 chips. The upcoming truly wireless earbuds will likely support SBC, AAC, and SSC codecs. The Galaxy Buds 2 will feature a dual driver setup similar to the Galaxy Buds+ and the Galaxy Buds Pro. Each earbud houses an 11mm woofer and a 6.3mm tweeter for richer sound than typical TWS earbuds. The battery life of the individual earbud seems to have taken a hit when compared to the Galaxy Buds+. When ANC is turned off, the Galaxy Buds 2 can reportedly last 8 hours on a single charge. With ANC turned on, their battery life drops to just 5 hours. Their rounded square case holds enough power to charge the Galaxy Buds 2 for up to 13 hours (with ANC on) or 20 hours (with ANC off). It has a USB Type-C port and supports Qi wireless charging. It also features fast charging, which helps the earbuds last up to 55 minutes with just 5 minutes of charging. The Galaxy Buds 2 are IPX7-rated for water resistance.
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