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TechnologyGalaxy S10 photo leak shows Samsung wireless Galaxy Buds

21:00  10 february  2019
21:00  10 february  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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This could be Samsung Galaxy Buds , which can be charged wirelessly on the back of the upcoming Galaxy S 10 . WinFutre. In just a few weeks, Samsung This photo leak occurs days after WinFuture published photos allegedly showing the upcoming Galaxy S 10 E . The Galaxy Buds appear in a tiny

In just a matter of weeks, Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S 10 but on Wednesday, German publisher WinFuture ran a photo showing what might be new Samsung wireless earbuds called Galaxy Buds . This photo leak comes days after WinFuture published photos that allegedly

Galaxy S10 photo leak shows Samsung wireless Galaxy Buds © CNET

This might be Samsung Galaxy Buds that can charge wirelessly on the back of the upcoming Galaxy S10.

In just a matter of weeks, Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 but on Wednesday, German publisher WinFuture ran a photo showing what might be new Samsung wireless earbuds called Galaxy Buds. This photo leak comes days after WinFuture published photos that allegedly show the upcoming Galaxy S10E.

The Galaxy Buds appear in a tiny case that rests on the back of what might be the upcoming Galaxy S10 Plus. The photo suggests that the earbuds can be charged wirelessly from the phone similar to how the Huawei Mate P20 charges FreeBuds 2 Pro wireless earbuds.

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This photo leak comes days after WinFuture published photos that allegedly show the upcoming Galaxy S 10 E . It's not clear if these would be an entirely new line of wireless headphones or an update and rebranding of Samsung Gear IconX headphones.

The Galaxy S 10 leaks have been so plentiful in the run up to February 20 that they're starting to clue us in on Samsung 's other forthcoming announcements. Case in point, the rumored Samsung Galaxy Buds got a little more real today with an official-looking photo showing off the true wireless earbuds

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It's not clear if these would be an entirely new line of wireless headphones or an update and rebranding of Samsung Gear IconX headphones. There is definitely a similar look and design.

The Galaxy Buds are rumored to be €149 which converts roughly to $170, £130 and AU$240.

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