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Galaxy Buds 2: Here’s your 360-degree look at Samsung’s upcoming earbuds

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro

At the next Unpacked, Samsung is going to introduce new TWS earbuds alongside the next-gen foldable smartphones. Ahead of the event, a tipster leaked a collection of 360-degree videos that shows off all of its design language and color options.

According to our info, the company could unveil affordable TWS earbuds that will be called Galaxy Buds 2. Just like the premium Galaxy Buds Pro, the upcoming earbuds feature the same design at comparatively cheaper pricing.

You can see the leaked Galaxy Buds 2 360-degree video clips below.
[Courtesy of Evan Blass via @evleaks]

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Similar to the recent render leak, the new Galaxy Buds 2 360-degree video shows these earbuds come with a rounded square case. Besides, all the color variants show white color on the case’s external part

At the same time, the internal color matches with the colors of the buds including Black, Green, and Purple. Adding to this, the case also has LED charging indicators on inside and outside each.

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Previous reports

A couple of days back, the Galaxy Buds 2 gained the FCC certificate in the US that hints at its Galaxy Buds Pro-like design. Furthermore, the upcoming earbuds feature metal connectors for charging & IR sensors.

Apart from this, Samsung insider IceUniverse revealed that the Galaxy Buds 2 will bring enhanced audio quality and active noise cancellation. In addition, it’s expected to be equipped with a combined battery capacity of 120mAh and 500mAh for the case.

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Samsung’s first 3nm Exynos W1000 chip to power Galaxy Watch 7

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro

Samsung appears to be simplifying the naming scheme of the wearable Exynos chip. Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 7 is expected to be equipped with the first 3nm chipset, which would be called Exynos W1000.

The Galaxy Watch 7 might use Exynos W1000 chipset, claims SamInsider (via SamMobile). Samsung’s first Wear OS smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch 4, debuted Exynos W920, which also powers the Galaxy Watch 5.

Last year, the company introduced the Galaxy Watch 6, which features the new Exynos W930. Judging from the previous naming, it was assumed that the Watch 7 series would have an Exynos W940 processor.

However, the South Korean tech giant apparently decided to simplify its Exynos line. If the report is correct, Exynos W1000 will power the upcoming Wear OS smartwatches, the Galaxy Watch 7, Watch 7 Pro, and Watch 7 Classic.

Galaxy Watch x Exynos Chip

  • Watch 4: Exynos W920
  • Watch 5: Exynos W920 [Enhanced]
  • Watch 6: Exynos W930
  • Watch 7: Exynos W940 W1000

Launch Timeline

Samsung will likely introduce the Galaxy Watch 7 alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6. The company could hold the Unpacked event in the second week of July, just ahead of the Paris Olympics.

This year, the Watch lineup could consist of three models, an increment of one model. The Watch 6 has two models – Standard and Classic, however, the Watch 7 could bring Standard, Pro, and Classic.

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April 2024 Plugins available for Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 4

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 4 April 2024 plugins

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 plugins are updated in April 2024 to enhance the Galaxy Watch experience. This update brings general improvements and bug fixes to enhance the performance of these popular wearable devices.

The update addresses issues encountered in previous versions to deliver a seamless and bug-free experience. The Watch Plugin is required for syncing the Galaxy Watch with smartphones or tablets.

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For the Galaxy Watch 5, the plugin update carries the version number 2.2.12.24032551 and is around 177.18MB in size. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Watch 4 plugin update is not far behind with version 2.2.11.24032551, taking up 173MB.

To access the update, users should connect their Galaxy Watch to their smartphone via the Galaxy Wearable app. Within the app, select the Menu option, proceed to Settings, and then to About Galaxy Wearable for details.

Users can install the April 2024 plugins via Galaxy Store or download them directly from the third-party app source Galaxy Watch 4 plugin link and Galaxy Watch 5 plugin update link.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 users get touchscreen issue fix in Europe, the US

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Samsung Galaxy Watch touchscreen issue US Europe

Samsung has pushed a new security update for the Galaxy Watch 6 series in the US and Europe, following its successful release in Korea. The new update released in April 2024 addresses the touchscreen issue that users reported with the previous software.

The fresh update of Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 includes the latest stabilization code to enhance the touchscreen responsiveness in Europe and the US. Users can identify the latest update through the firmware version ending with AXC2 and an installation package size of around 130MB.

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Users who have experienced touchscreen issues with their Galaxy Watch 6 are advised to install this update promptly to enjoy a seamless experience. Through this update, the company aims to maintain the high quality and functionality that users expect from their Galaxy smartwatch.

The update can be installed by connecting the watch to a smartphone through Bluetooth and using the Galaxy Wearable application, or by directly enabling WiFi on the watch and checking for updates in the Settings menu.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 touchscreen issue fix now available via new update

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