Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro may have caused ear infections

Samsung’s wireless headphones Galaxy Buds Pro may be behind the inflamed and swollen ear canals some users have suffered from. In percentage terms, the cases are very few, but there are reports in both Samsung forum, on Reddit and from China.
A reviewer on Android Central now tells about their own problems with the ear canals after using Galaxy Buds Pro, which were launched earlier this year. His ear canals itched, swollen and flaking. The person had used several other wireless headphones before without any problems.

The article speculates on the cause and mentions that acrylate is used for the headphones instead of acrylic as in previous models, and that the charging connector contains nickel. Eczema and inflammation of the ear canals can be quite common caused by that bacteria enter the ear, for example through earplugs or headphones.

Are there any who recognize themselves and have experienced irritated ear canals after using headphones?


Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.

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