- Samsung may be making a pair of Galaxy Buds with detachable neckbands.
- The unique true wireless earphones are designed for underwater use.
Samsung is considering launching a pair of truly wireless Galaxy Buds that can be used for swimming (if you may call it that).People are LEGO Digital Have encountered Samsung’s patent for waterproof Galaxy Buds, with a detachable neck strap.
Samsung’s true wireless Galaxy Buds are usually very comfortable to wear, but you can’t really take them into the swimming pool. Why? Because first, most Galaxy Buds models are not completely waterproof. The recently released Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Buds 2 reached IPX7 rating, which is the highest waterproof rating among Samsung TWS earplugs. This means that they can withstand clean water for up to 30 minutes and up to 1 meter. Longer or deeper than this, you may damage the headset.Samsung also made it clear recommend You can’t swim with flower buds.
The second and possibly more practical reason for not being able to swim with any Galaxy Buds is that they are completely wireless. You may end up losing a bud or both in the pool. Adding a detachable neck strap to the Galaxy Buds can solve this problem.
This utility patent describes and shows a pair of true wireless earbuds with multiple built-in microphones, sensors and a two-way speaker. They also include touch controls. The unique extra accessory is a hollow, flexible neckband that can be attached to the flower buds for swimming. The back of the earphones are fixed to the neckbands at both ends, making them more stable while maintaining a wireless connection.
Samsung may also provide certain health information through such earplugs. For example, users may be able to measure the calories, speed, and momentum they burn.
It is not clear whether Samsung also plans to increase the IP rating of these patented Galaxy Buds. Nevertheless, this is currently only in the patent stage. Although it sounds promising, there is no guarantee that Samsung will bring them to the market.