- The Samsung Galaxy Buds X have passed through the FCC.
- The â€œbeanâ€� design may play music without a phone or watch nearby.
- Itâ€™s not certain when theyâ€™ll be released.
The filing doesnâ€™t include pictures â€” the device is too small for a label, according to the test agency. The frequency data shows this is Bluetooth hardware, though, and the model number is consistent when the Buds Plus launched as the SM-R175.
Not much is known about the Buds X, although theyâ€™re reportedly bean-shaped. A US trademark application even hinted that they might include on-device music playback like what you saw with the older Gear Icon X. You might not need a phone or watch nearby to listen to tunes during a workout.
Itâ€™s still not certain when these new earbuds will arrive or how much theyâ€™ll cost. With the next Galaxy Unpacked event slated for August 5, however, we wouldnâ€™t rule out a debut in the next few weeks.