The Galaxy S23 FE is allegedly being developed by Samsung, and it has also been spotted on numerous certification websites. But there are more FE devices in development besides the S23 FE. A new pair of inexpensive earbuds called the Galaxy Buds FE are reportedly in the works at Samsung.
Roland Quandt, a trustworthy leaker, has recently given some important information on the forthcoming Galaxy Buds FE. With 12mm drivers, which are marginally larger than those in the Galaxy Buds 2, the earbuds will fall into the middle price range and retail for $99.99. They are therefore almost comparable in price to Google’s Pixel Buds A. Also Read – Vivo T2 Pro 5G confirmed to feature Dimensity 7200 SoC Launch
The Galaxy Buds FE will be offered in graphite and white color options, in addition to the price that Quandt revealed. Additionally, Samsung unintentionally exposed the official earbuds user handbook earlier this week.
There is a PDF of the manual available right now at this address on Samsung’s website, but it’s not clear how long that will be the case. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy S21 FE with Snapdragon 888 relaunches in India soon
The Samsung Galaxy Buds FE user manual leak suggests that the earbuds would resemble previous Samsung headphones in terms of style and feature set, including touchpads and detachable wingtips.
This is consistent with Samsung’s FE strategy, which aims to provide many features of its higher-end products at a cheaper cost. A description of the charging case, which is a typical earbud charging case, is also provided in the instructions. Also Read- Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra camera specs emerge, few changes expected
When the Galaxy Buds FE will be on sale is unknown because Samsung has not yet made an official announcement. The whole manual leak, however, raises the possibility that they might be made available soon.