Last month, we’ve reported that Samsung has applied for a trademark for “Buds Beyond” in the European Union Intellectual Property Office. The trademark hinted that the company is planning to reveal the next generation of buds that are called, “Buds Beyond”.
According to the latest information, Samsung’s batteries manufacturing unit had applied to China’s 3C regulatory agency. The 3C certification reveals that a battery with model number EB-BR190ABY is recorded on the database. It clearly applies to the upcoming earbuds which are rumored to be called “Galaxy Buds Beyond”.
The certification hints that the Galaxy Buds Beyond will pack a 472mAh battery. It is the same battery capacity as the previously launched Galaxy Buds Live’s charging case. The upcoming buds should carry a model number of SM-R190 on behalf of the model number of the previously launched Galaxy Buds Live (SM-R180).
Previous reports reveal that the South Korean tech giant could offer Galaxy Buds Beyond for free with the pre-orders of the upcoming Galaxy S21 series smartphones.
In the last two years, Samsung launches the latest wireless earbuds with its flagship smartphones. The Galaxy Buds+ launched with the Galaxy S20 series while the company revealed Galaxy Buds Live with the Galaxy Note 20 series.
It is expected that the South Korean tech giant is likely to launch its next series of the Galaxy S lineup in January next year. We may notice the latest pair of wireless earbuds with the launching of the Galaxy S21 series.
Currently, the company has not confirmed anything about the upcoming Buds or Galaxy S21 series. We can only expect that both, Galaxy S21 series and Galaxy Buds Beyond may be the upgraded version of the previous launchings like the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Buds Live.