Earlier today, we offered an exclusive sneak peek at the user interface and some features of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch. The same source that sent us those details has also presented us with images and specs of the Galaxy Buds, the company’s new wireless earbuds. A promotional Samsung image had given us a look at the Galaxy Buds and the charging case in white, and we now have images of the earbuds and charging case in black.Of course, these images don’t really show us anything new. The design of both the earbuds and charging case remains similar to the Gear IconX (2018). Unfortunately, the Galaxy Buds will have a smaller battery inside from what we’re told. The earbuds get a 58 mAh battery, while the IconX (2018) had a 82 mAh battery. The charging case gets a 252 mAh battery this time, almost 100 mAh less than the IconX (2018), but the case does offer wireless charging support.Considering the first Gear IconX earbuds were criticized for the short usage times on a single charge, it makes us wonder why Samsung is going back to smaller batteries for the latest iteration. Maybe Samsung thinks the Galaxy S10’s reverse wireless charging technology will make up for the smaller batteries on its 2019 wearables, but it’s not just Galaxy S10 buyers who will buy these wearables. The real-life battery performance could still be more than adequate, but until we can see some concrete and official figures, it’s something we’ll remain skeptical about.Some other specs of the Galaxy Buds include IPx2 water resistance, Bluetooth 5.0, and 8GB of storage. The Galaxy Buds will go official with the Galaxy S10 later this month and will be bundled for free with S10 preorders in some countries. Pricing and availability details will probably be revealed for various markets after the launch, and we can expect the earbuds to go on sale around the same time as the Galaxy S10.