Alleged Samsung Galaxy Buds3 Pro receives FCC certification, launch imminent

Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy Z Flip6 and Galaxy Z Fold6 at its second Unpacked event this year, scheduled for July 10 in Paris, ahead of the Paris Olympics. Both foldables are expected to launch in several new color options. There were rumors that Samsung could also launch an affordable Galaxy Z Fold6 FE with a spec engine, the Galaxy Z Fold6 Ultra, however, those plans appear to have been scrapped.

There are rumors that Samsung could unveil its next-generation TWS, the Galaxy Buds3 Pro. Almost a month ago, the purported Galaxy Buds3 Pro appeared online, gaining TUV Rheinland and BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certifications.

Now, according to 91mobiles, the purported Galaxy Buds3 Pro has obtained FCC certification, hinting that the product could launch alongside the Galaxy Buds3. The wireless earbuds appeared on the FCC certification website under the model number SM-R360. Check out the screenshots below:

The certification only reveals that the device will feature Bluetooth connectivity, which is obvious anyway. The listing reveals that the product is manufactured by Samsung in South Korea and the device contains software version R630.001, while the hardware version is REV1.0.

Previous certifications have revealed crucial details about Samsung’s upcoming TWS. As per the TUV certification, the Galaxy Buds3 Pro case comes with a 500mAh battery, similar to that of the Galaxy Buds2 Pro. There is speculation that each earbud of the Galaxy Buds3 Pro will pack a 58mAh battery, similar to that of the Galaxy Buds2. Pro.

The rumored Galaxy Buds3 Pro has been spotted with model number EB-BR630ABY on TUV and BIS certification websites. While there isn’t much information on the specifications of the earphones, Samsung is expected to improve sound quality, battery life, and noise cancellation.