Samsung waterproof TWS – A new patent shows Samsung is filing a new TWS specifically for underwater use, such as swimming.
A patent recently filed by Samsung demonstrates a new innovation of wireless earbuds with impressive features. Galaxy These upcomingBuds are designed to be worn underwater like swimming and offer some health data in the process.
According to a report from Gizmochina (September 14), the patent is for waterproof Galaxy Buds with a detachable neckband. The waterproof rating of this pair of earbuds will be above the IPX7 rating, which is the highest rating in the segment.
Some TWS Samsung like the Galaxy Buds Pro has an IPX7 rating which means they can stay underwater for 30 minutes at a depth of less than 1 meter. However, the earbuds are not designed for use underwater, and Samsung explicitly doesn’t recommend using them while swimming.
The shortcomings of the current Galaxy Buds could be a driving factor in the development of new devices. The detachable neckband is an added accessory that ensures the Buds are safe while swimming without worrying about them getting lost.
The earbuds will have multiple built-in microphones, sensors, touch controls, and a two-way speaker system based on the patent. Multiple sensors will allow the device to collect health data during use, such as calories burned, speed, and momentum.
However, the details contained in the patent documentation certainly do not include the device’s release date. Also, can’t guarantee these waterproof earbuds will be realized in the future.