The earbuds have multiple microphones, a wear detection sensor, and charging ports as usual. The case has a USB Type-C port on the back and a charging status LED on the front. They may last a little bit longer because rumours suggest a slightly larger battery. Additionally, we can anticipate the dual driver setup, ANC, and 360 Audio that are present in the Galaxy Buds Pro. The audio quality and ANC performance of Samsung's upcoming flagship wireless earbuds may have been improved. Samsung's current earbuds have either an IPX2 or IPX7 rating for dust and water resistance, whereas other brands offer an IP57 rating. As a result, the South Korean company may enhance that feature as well.