A proper shelling of the Galaxy Wearables application highlights certain functions that will be deployed with future true wireless Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro headphones.
In addition to the future Galaxy S21s, Samsung is also working on new true wireless Galaxy Buds Pro headphones. The design of these devices was already shown in a recent video. In particular, we know that an in-ear format is to be expected.
And the Galaxy Wearable application also delivers some indiscretions on these headphones and screenshots revealing the functions of the Galaxy Buds Pro have been shared on GitHub. This allows you to discover some new features accompanying these wireless headphones.
The Galaxy Buds Pro will thus offer a voice detection feature that the user can check or not on the application interface.
When enabled, this option should most likely turn down the sound of media being played and briefly switch to transparency (with no noise reduction active) when speaking.
The GitHub page dedicated to this leak also indicates that the Galaxy Buds Pro will have a “3D audio” option to simulate a spatialization of sound to better immerse the user. However, this feature would a priori be reserved for Samsung devices running One UI 3 with Android 11.
Note that the two functions mentioned will be controllable via Bixby commands. Samsung’s app will also let the balance between the right and left earbuds be more precisely adjusted for people with hearing problems.
The design is confirmed
The shelled application also reveals some renderings of the Galaxy Buds Pro which confirm the visuals already seen in previous leaks.
See you normally in January for the officialization of these true wireless headphones by Samsung.