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Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro receives FCC certification, preparing for launch

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As previously reported, Samsung is planning to launch new wireless earbuds under the name, Galaxy Buds Pro. These new earbuds will come with a design similar to the Galaxy Buds+.

According to the latest news, These wireless earbuds with the model number SM-R190 have recently received the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification in the US. This indicates that the Korean firm is making its way to launch these earbuds alongside the Galaxy S21 series.

The certification also reveals the case of these earbuds that is in a rounded square shape. The diagram of the earbud’s case also suggests its battery capacity of 472mAh.

The Galaxy Buds Pro is expected to come with a similar in-ear type design as the Galaxy Buds+. These earbuds are likely to support advanced and improved Active Noise cancellation feature. They will also support an advanced Ambient mode that allows users to keep in touch with the surroundings by letting the external noise to pass within the earbuds.

 

Along with these new earbuds, Samsung is also working on its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S21 series. Both of these devices are expected to be released in mid-January of 2021 at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event. To know more about the specs of the Galaxy S21 line up consider the below articles.

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Samsung could soon rollout Blood Pressure feature to Galaxy Watch users in Malaysia

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Samsung makes the most excellent smartwatches in the industry which introduce wonderful features. All the Galaxy Watch features are not available in certain regions due to legal limitations. However, Samsung is apparently preparing to roll out Blood Pressure feature to Galaxy Watch users in Malaysia.

According to the information, the Malaysian Medical Device Authority approved the usage of the Samsung Blood Pressure app in Malaysia. The company got approval from the authority in mid-November and is now ready to let users use the Blood Pressure app through a compatible Samsung Watch.

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As mentioned in the document approved by the Malaysian authority, Samsung’s Blood Pressure App is a software-only, mobile medical application intended for use with a compatible Samsung Galaxy Watch and Phone to create, record, store and display blood pressure information.

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Moreover, the Blood Pressure app determines the systolic and diastolic blood pressure, as well as pulse rate, and provides values and history charts following calibration with an upper-arm, cuff-based blood pressure monitor. Notably, The BP App is intended for over-the-counter (OTC) use in adults 22 years and older.

It’s worth mentioning that there is no mention of the Samsung ECG app in the database, which means, it may release later. However, it’s most likely that the company may introduce both ECG and Blood Pressure features for Malaysian consumers at the same time.

Samsung’s Blood Pressure monitoring feature works through the calibration process. As part of monitoring blood pressure, the user having a compatible Galaxy Watch must have to enter the reading from an actual blood pressure monitor in the app three times.

Since the application was registered by Samsung itself, we assume that the application is already developed and tested internally. Notably, Huawei and Apple also did the same for their smart wearables to introduce such kinds of features in Malaysia.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4/5 gain new Tiles and other Google app improvements

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Google recently introduced a set of new features, such as Reading mode, emoji mashups, security alerts, and more, for Android devices. Additionally, the company has also announced three new tiles and other Google app improvements for its Wear OS smartwatches including Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5.

New Tiles:

Wear OS tiles make it easy to see important information at a glance. Google already offers Google Maps tile to let users start navigating to their home or office from anywhere. Meanwhile, to help users get more things done from their watch, the company is now bringing three new Tiles.

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These include Favorite Contacts, Sunrise Time, and Sunset Time. The Favorite Contacts show up to five people’s profile images and feature a shortcut to open the full Google Contacts app, whereas, the Sunrise Time and Sunset Time note what time the two daily events will occur and provides a countdown toward each.

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Improved Google Keep:

Google has further updated the Google Keep app for Wear OS customers so that users’ notes and to-dos on their watches look as good as on their phones. This app update brings the ability to view labels, collaborators, photos, custom backgrounds, and even drawings.

Improved Google Assistant:

It’s not been so long since Google released Google Assistant for its Wear OS smartwatch customers. The company is now significantly improving this feature with the integration of the Adidas Running app.

You can use Google Assistant to quickly jump into over 30 types of workouts with the Adidas Running app. Just say “Hey Google, start running with Adidas Running” and the app will open and start tracking your workout, noting your pace, distance, and heart rate via the built-in sensors on your smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 running Wear OS 3.5 will get access to all these new tiles and Google app improvements shortly.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro getting November 2022 update in the US

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Samsung has started releasing November 2022 update for Galaxy Buds 2 Pro users in the US. You can identify the latest update through the One UI build version R510XXU0AVK3 and an update package size of 5.85 MB.

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According to the changelog, the update doesn’t bring any new features or major changes but it improves system reliability and stability. We recommend users install this update to get a better experience than the previous one.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro India

Currently, the November 2022 update is rolling out for Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro in the US and the company will soon expand it in more regions. It is an initial rollout so it may take some time to reach all eligible devices.

Furthermore, you can check the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 update status by opening the Galaxy Wearable app on your connected smartphone searching for the Earbuds software update, and clicking on Download and install.

Launched in August 2022, Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro features a 24-bit hi-fi sound quality, enhanced 360 immersive audio, intelligent Audio Noise Cancelation, improved Head Tracking Response, Auto Switch feature, and more. After its launch, Samsung started enhancing the features and performance of these earbuds through new updates.

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