Samsung Might Launch Galaxy S8 Wireless Earbuds


There are have been a lot of reports and rumors flying around the release of Galaxy S8. We did a news yesterday based on a story about Samsung might ditch the physical buttons such as volume and power buttons and opting software keys. Another story suggested that Samsung may pack a massive display of 6 inches and also adding S Pen stylus as the external accessory. However, this news is yet to be confirmed, but the latest news comes from a reliable source of SamMobile. So, according to the report, Samsung might launch Galaxy S8 wireless earbuds alongside the launch of Samsung Galaxy S8.

Samsung Might Launch Galaxy S8 Wireless Earbuds Alongside Samsung Galaxy S8

Galaxy S8 wireless earbudsWe are not sure about the headphone jack of 3.5 mm, whether Samsung will retain it along with the wireless earbuds or kill it in upcoming Galaxy S8 by following the footsteps of Apple. They ditched the headphone jack in their latest versions of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.


Although, wireless earbuds is not a new or unfamiliar thing for Samsung as they released the Gear IconX wireless earbuds this year and it was their debut with wireless earbuds. However, the response from the users was not impressive. Now according to the report from SamMobile, Samsung is ready to release a new set of Galaxy S8 wireless earbuds.

It is ambiguous right now that how these new earbuds will be distinguished from the previous Gear IconX. However, we can wager that it will be great in quality and simple in approach. The Gear IconX earbuds were heavy, and battery life was not impressive.

It is not a coincidence that South Korean tech giant is releasing wireless earbuds alongside its flagship. Apple did the same thing with iPhone as we mentioned above but they slightly delayed it. The Apple airpods do work with different Android devices, but it will be great to see if Samsung specifically designed for Android users.

However, it is not confirmed that Samsung will ship it in the Galaxy S8 box or they will sell it separately as Apple did.