Samsung has an extremely leaky boat this year it seems and while they are not the only manufacturer that has their devices leaked before release, far from it, the sheer number of devices they are releasing makes it seem so much worse. Overnight we have seen the Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Watch 3 leak detailing some good looking renders and specs for each.

Galaxy Buds Live

Leaker Ishan Agarwal got his hands on renders of the Galaxy Buds Live, and boy are there a lot of images.

The renders, as you can see below, show off the kidney-shaped earbuds with what they are calling wing-tips but are not the traditional wing tips you see on true wireless earbuds. The earbud body itself seems to be the part that slots into the ear (not the external canal) itself to hold it on place. The buds seem small enough to accomplish this comfortably.

The buds themselves look to sit on the outside of the ear canal, hopefully secured in place well, and with this placement the active noise cancellation that is expected to arrive on them will be much needed. It will be interesting to see how well they fare.

Galaxy Watch 3

We have seen numerous Galaxy Watch 3 leaks so nothing here is much of a surprise but Winfuture are showing off the smartwatch itself along with some details of it. The Galaxy Watch 3 will once again come in two different sizes, 41mm and 45mm, and in various colour combinations.

The displays will have a 360 x 360 pixel resolution with the AMOLED display protected by Gorilla Glass DX. Powered by the Exynos 9110, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage it will hopefully run smoothly for years. Of course all variants will support Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and there will also be LTE variants available — we do expect the LTE versions to also land here.

The watch will also come with an IP68 waterproof rating with the 247mAh and 340mAh batteries providing up to 56 hours of run time. They will be able to be charged using Qi or reverse charging. Included in the features will be ECG monitoring and sleep tracking.

Samsung are doing a great job selling their smartwatch to their users but with this year’s offerings they are extending the feature set to improve on that even more. The design is pretty much the same, and why wouldn’t it be but it remains to be seen if the new features will encourage people to upgrade or even jump into the Samsung smartwatch game.

Stay tuned to Ausdroid as we bring you all the details from the Samsung Unpacked event next Thursday morning.