Samsung Bean is the Internal Codename for Samsung's Upcoming Iteration of its Popular Sport-specific Earbuds

In Europe, Samsung has submitted an application to register a trademark for a new pair of earbuds designed specifically for athletes. They will keep you in condition with heart rate and activity monitors, as well as a fitness trainer, and their code name for this project is “Bean.”

LetsGoDigital was the first to bring the request, which was submitted on March 2nd, to our attention. It defines a pair of wireless earbuds that can play music in addition to measuring steps, activity, and other metrics in addition to their capacity to play music. In addition to that, there is something that seems to be analogous to a fitness coach. However, the application does not make it obvious what this person would actually accomplish.

The following constitutes the trademark description:

“Wireless wearable ear sets that primarily consist of an MP3 player” “Wireless wearable ear sets that incorporate a sensor which is used to detect if the ear set is on or off.” “Smart wearable ear sets that incorporate technology for providing strength and conditioning advice” “Wireless wearable ear sets that incorporate software for distance measurement, speed, time, changes in heart rate, activity level, and calories burned.”

Class 9 has been assigned to this submission for processing. This is a list of trademarks for instruments used in nautical and scientific research, surveying, filmmaking, photography, and weighing. 

It is anticipated that the new buds will incorporate the same 2-way dynamic speaker as the company’s Galaxy Buds Plus, in addition to having a great battery life. These can play music for up to 11 hours on a single charge, which is rather impressive. Devices that came before it include Samsung’s Gear IconX, which was the company’s initial attempt to break into the market in 2016. After them came IconX in 2018, which succeeded them.

Since at the moment this is only a trademark, it remains to be seen whether or not it will ever be utilized in the production of actual good. There have been biometric earbuds on the market for some time now, but the competition is not particularly fierce right now. On the other hand, it is highly possible that this will change in the not-too-distant future. The wrist isn’t the only part of the body that manufacturers of wearable technology are looking at, and the ear may very well be the next frontier.

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