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Samsung enables users to turn their Galaxy Buds 2 cover into a Poké Ball

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In its Home Country, the South Korean tech behemoth has launched a new version of its Galaxy Buds 2 released last summer, mimicking a Poké Ball-shaped casing.

The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 wireless headphones promise to solve the active noise cancellation and dual transducer technology issues in the Galaxy Buds Pro at a lesser price. During the launch event, in which we gave you all the novelties here at TechMoran, the manufacturer launched the gadget at 149 euros, but they are currently available for less than 100 euros.

One year later, the manufacturer is still undecided about releasing the updated models of the same buds. What is known is that the brand is focused on its next foldable smartphones(Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4), which are set to kick in this summer. The chances of the manufacturer focusing on the next buds are not guaranteed.

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As of the writing of this article, The SamMobile website has confirmed that Samsung will release a special version of the Galaxy Buds 2 in South Korea. These are headphones and their case. However, they come with a unique shell: a Poké Ball. In collaboration with Nintendo, Samsung is now producing headphones with a Poké Ball-shaped shell to give its headphones a Pokémon-like appearance.

These aren’t the only Samsung headphones that have been customized. If we remember, in 2021, the manufacturer released a version of their Galaxy Buds Pro with a clamshell phone-like casing, the Samsung Anycall SGH-E700, a portable released in 2003

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