Galaxy Wear App Update Reveals Samsung Is Working On Galaxy Buds Pro Successor

With the Galaxy Wearable App, Samsung has a central solution for all of the manufacturer's wear...

Photo credit: Samsung

With the Galaxy Wearable App, Samsung has a central solution for all of the manufacturer's wearables. The Galaxy Wearable app is a bridge between Samsung’s wearables and phones. And that means that every time a new device is released, Samsung has to add support for it within that app.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy Watch 4: Leaks, Release Date, Specs, and More

Sometimes, if we look really closely, we end up lucky enough to spot the changes Samsung makes in anticipation of a still-unannounced device. Sure enough, it has now received an update again, which prompted the colleagues from Android Police to sniff the code. Why not, because if an update is published for such an app, information about new functions or devices could appear.

In the teardown of the most recent Galaxy Wearable APK, Android Police found references to Galaxy Buds2.

The teardown also shows that the earbuds are codenamed “berry” and that they’ll be able to connect to multiple devices, reports Android Authority. The Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Buds Plus, and Galaxy Buds Pro are also mentioned in the APK file, suggesting that the Buds 2 are indeed a new pair and not related to any older models.

Talking about Galaxy Buds Plus, the wearable device got Auto Switch feature for compatible Samsung handsets as a part of a firmware update.

Furthermore, the code lines also suggest that the Galaxy Buds 2 will be able to connect to non-Samsung devices.

Read more: Apple AirPods Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy Buds Live: Which earbuds are Better?

Unfortunately, there is currently no further information about it, it is clear that these Buds2 will replace the previous Galaxy Buds. Let's see when we will find the first leaks because as of now, we have no idea when the Galaxy Buds 2 will launch. The Galaxy Buds Pro are fairly new, but Samsung has a bunch of things left to unpack this year, so we may see them in the coming months.

Sam Draper
April 23, 2021

Innovation of the month

Do you want to discover more, visit the website
Vist webiste

Other news

TCL Readies Its Wearable Display, Will Be Available Later This Year

TCL’s wearable display prototype that’s been in the works for years, is now close to reaching the...

Harvesting Thermal Energy to Power Wearable Devices

Development of the first wearable thermoelectric device that converts body heat to electricity.

Atlazo AZ-N1 is the World’s First Edge AI SoC for Smart Tiny Devices

San Francisco-based chipmaker Atlazo announced the launch of its first-generation AI SoC, AZ-N1...

Will Samsung’s Upcoming Smartwatch Run on Google’s Wear OS

Is it the end of Tizen? Well, it looks like Samsung is working on a Wear OS watch, according to a...
Discover more