Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro battery capacity has expired. The Galaxy wearable is rumored to be launched later this year alongside the Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 model. The Pro model recently appeared on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification list, hinting that the launch date is near . It is believed that the handset could be unveiled alongside the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6, the rumored Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra and the Galaxy Z Flip 6.

According to a report from 91 Mobiles, which spotted the earphones on the TUV Certification list, the Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro charging case will be backed by a 500mAh battery. According to the listing, there isn’t much difference in the device’s battery capacity compared to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, which packed a 515mAh battery in its charging case. Also listed was the model number of the headphones, EB-BR630ABY, which appears to be the same as the BIS listing.

While not much was revealed, the BIS listing and the TUV listing containing the same model number hinted that the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro is likely to be launched in India. Based on rumours, the Pro model is expected to come with general improvements to sound quality, noise cancellation and battery life. It should be noted that an earlier report mentioned that both the base model and the Pro models could be released together this year unlike their predecessors, as the Galaxy Buds 2 arrived in 2021 and the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro debuts in 2022.

To recall, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro (review) features custom two-way coaxial speakers that support 24-bit Hi-Fi audio with Samsung Galaxy devices running One UI 4.0 or later based on Android 12. The company claims , that the headphones also support 360-degree audio support with Direct Multi-channel. Samsung’s wearable features Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and is equipped with three microphones with a high signal-to-noise ratio.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro are claimed to provide a total of up to 29 hours of listening time (ANC off) and up to 15 hours of talk time (ANC on) with the charging case. The headphones are rated IPX7 for water resistance, but the charging case is not waterproof.

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