Samsung releases official Galaxy Buds+ iPhone app before launch [Update]

It's almost like Samsung isn't even trying to hide its upcoming products anymore

At this point, it doesn’t even feel like Samsung is trying.

The South Korean tech giant has now accidentally leaked its upcoming Galaxy Buds+ wireless earbuds.

In the Apple App Store, the company has added Galaxy Buds+ app a full week before their assumed official announcement on February 11th. The app has since been pulled from the App Store.

The listing doesn’t reveal a lot of new details about the earbuds but does confirm their design and naming.

Previous rumours about the Galaxy Buds+ indicate they lack active noise-cancellation, that they sport a larger 85mAh battery and that their sound quality will be improved.

Further, Evan Blass leaked a screenshot of the accessories complete specs. It’s unclear if these are the official specs, but given Blass’ credibility it’s likely correct.

I’ve been using the original Galaxy Buds, and I definitely think noise-cancellation is needed, which is too bad.

Source: Max Weinbach (MaxWinebach), Evan Blass (@evleaks)

[Update:04/02/2029] Evan Blass also leaked the specs for the upcoming earbuds.

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