It is in two weeks that the Samsung Galaxy S10 should be announced. In order to put forward its wireless reverse charging feature, the Korean manufacturer has also decided to launch new wireless rechargeable true-wireless headphones, the Samsung Galaxy Buds.
Samsung was one of the pioneers of no-cable headphones – or true-wireless – with its Gear IconX launched in 2016. Since then, the Korean manufacturer has released new versions with some technical evolutions. However, for its upcoming wireless headphones, Samsung would completely cut the cables, including charging.
The WinFuture website has indeed published a photo that appears to come from Samsung's marketing elements. You can see a wireless headset case on a smartphone. In the picture, the housing diode is lit in green, indicating that it is charging. According to previous rumors, the future smartphones of the Galaxy S10 range should incorporate a reverse wireless charging system, like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. A feature that should allow to use the battery of the smartphone to inductively charge other devices compatible with the Qi protocol.
An expected price of 149 euros in Europe
According to WinFuture information, the next Samsung earphones, called Samsung Galaxy Buds, should be marketed at a price of 149 euros. However, we do not know if they will be offered directly with high-end smartphones brand.
We should know more about the future headphones of the Korean manufacturer, as well as the Galaxy S10 range, during their presentation expected February 20. In the meantime, do not hesitate to find all the information about Samsung's next smartphones in our complete file.
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