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This includes news about the Galaxy Buds 3 release date, specs, pricing, and anything else we can glean from the internet.
Galaxy Buds 3 release date prediction
As Samsung hasn’t actually announced the Galaxy buds 3 yet, we have no concrete release date, however, that doesn’t mean we can’t make an educated guess.
To make this guess we’re going to look back at the release dates of previous Galaxy buds and see if we can find a pattern. here are the release dates for the previous generations.
- Galaxy Buds – March 9, 2019
- Galaxy Buds Plus – February 14, 2020
- Galaxy Buds Live – August 6, 2020
- Galaxy Buds Pro – January 14, 2021
- Galaxy Buds 2 – August 27, 2021
Annoyingly, this release pattern isn’t nearly as consistent as what we often see from the likes of Apple and Google, however, two of the last three releases have been in August.
This Fall/Winter time is the usual release period for a lot of consumer tech, as it allows the retailers to capitalize on Black Friday and Cyber Monday almost immediately, followed by the holiday season a couple of months later.
So, we’re going to hedge our bets with a guess that the Galaxy Buds 3 release date will be mid-August, so we could be seeing a pretty quick turnaround.
Additionally, we might see them announced at the Galaxy Unpacked Event 2022, as it would make sense for them to be launched alongside the new Galaxy phones.
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Galaxy Buds 3 specs
Courtesy of Lets Go Digital, we’ve managed to have a look at a Patent Application in Samsung’s name that shows that they are trying to integrate biometric sensors into the Galaxy Buds 3.
According to this, we can see that Samsung is going to include a heart rate monitor and an oxygen saturation sensor, which seem like odd additions to earbuds.
However, there is a method to this madness as the ear has a strong blood supply, so measuring your pulse and therefore heart rate is easy and pretty accurate.
For the same reason, it’s a good place to measure blood oxygen saturation too. However, given the prevalence of these features in smartwatches and phones already, it might be a little superfluous.
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