Samsung Galaxy Buds+ is just a couple of days away from reality, as the company will unveil the same at its upcoming event next week. The device is actually a true wireless earbuds and it is also tipped that the company will be bundle the same with the Galaxy S20 series for those who pre-order the flagship smartphones.
Well, let’s keep those things aside and let’s talk about the matter which makes the device a headline today. The companion application of the true wireless earbuds appeared on the Apple App Store even before the official announcement and that also offers the screenshot of the application which further offers a glimpse at the upcoming device.
The device is coming with improved noise cancellation and improved noise isolation features and this will make a peaceful calling experience to the users and it looks almost similar to the predecessor. The screenshot of the application also says that the device can be connected with iPhone which is running on iOS 10 and above, it will also allow users to customize the sound and it also allows to download as well as install OTA updates to the device.
Apart from this, we don’t have any information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Buds+ at this moment of time but it is tipped that the device will be priced at MSRP of €170.