TL;DR
  • Samsung appears close to releasing the Galaxy Buds Pro in white.
  • The color would be more than a little familiar to AirPods Pro owners, even if it has shown up with past Galaxy Buds moddels.
  • It’s not clear just when they might launch.

If you like the thought of Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro but feel the existing colors aren’t trendy enough, you might be in luck. WinFuture‘s Roland Quandt and leaker Snoopy have discovered that Samsung is readying a white option for the Galaxy Buds Pro — there’s even a listing for them on the company’s Austrian website as of this writing.

The white Galaxy Buds Pro wouldn’t offer any functional advantages over the black, silver, or violet models you can buy today. However, they might do the trick if you’d like a bright neutral color in your ears, or just want that AirPods Pro look while keeping an Android phone in your pocket.

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It’s not certain just when Samsung might ship the white Galaxy Buds Pro or where they’ll be available, although it wouldn’t be surprising if they were broadly available in the near future. Previous Galaxy Buds have shipped in this color.

Whether you get them in white or any other shade, the Galaxy Buds Pro are a solid pick for their usual $199.99 price. The sound quality and active noise cancellation won’t stun you like they might with Sony’s pricier WF-1000XM4, but you can expect solid audio, competent ANC, wireless charging, and a surprisingly good microphone array. Our biggest complaints were limited 360-degree audio support (you’ll need a Galaxy phone) and overly sensitive touch controls.  If you’re determined to keep your budget in check and prefer Android, there are few better options.